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March 31, 2015
Looking for a fun project? Now that spring is here, make a flower garden with fabric! Traditional techniques include paper piecing or individual template piecing, but Kaye Wood shows you how to make accurate hexagons of any size in much less time, so you can get out and enjoy the spring weather! As you make...
In this new video, Bethanne Nemesh discusses the fabrics and the processes used in making her pictographic quilt, October Sky, the Best Wall Quilt winner at the AQS QuiltWeek in Lancaster in March 2015. The incredible quilt includes 31 stitched creatures and a wide variety of foliage that expresses fall in Pennsylvania. Don’t miss the...
Here’s a bonus video for this week! We love to share the interviews of our contest quilters as soon as they become available. Congratulations to Janet Atkins, who won the Best Hand Quilted award at AQS QuiltWeek–Lancaster, Pennsylvania 2015. Most of the fabrics used in her quilt, Murderskill Crossing, were from her stash. “It was...
How about a few Crazy Easter Eggs and some Struttin’ Chicks to add to your Easter decor? These 3″ blocks work up into a charming 15 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ wallhanging. Make several blocks for a charming table runner or Easter banner. Thanks to Patti R. Anderson of Patchpieces (www.patchpieces.com) for these two adorable patterns....