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October 20, 2015
Michele Scott wins friends and influences quilters in classes across the United States and Canada with her positive, upbeat style. She is passionate about quilting and designing and has an incredible eye for color. Michele recently took a few minutes out of her busy schedule (she’s also a school teacher!) to answer a few questions:...
It’s interesting to see the mathematical concepts that we learned in school put to good use…quilting use, that is! Elaine Krajenke Ellison makes one of a kind quilts communicating her love of mathematics and quilting. She’s a retired high school teacher who now teaches quilters. She also teaches future teachers how to use quilts as...
Just in time for Halloween, it’s The Spooky Spider Tutorial from our AQ contributing editor, Lori Kennedy, at The Inbox Jaunt. Let these quilted spiders crawl up the sides of your spookiest wallhangings. Lori takes you step by step through every stitch. You’ll find links to Spider Web, Spider Quilt, and Graveyard tutorials, too (toward...
Have you been looking for a cute thread catcher? Here’s one that will be your new stitching companion. Teresa Rawson has a wonderfully detailed tutorial on her blog site, Fabric Therapy. Step by step, she takes you through the process right down to the pleated top and the almost magical twisting motion that pops the...