Month

April 2016
Make a 3D folded fabric lightning bug with innovative, award-winning quilter Rami Kim.
Arandano, Marilyn Badger’s stunning Janome America Best of Show quilt at AQS QuiltWeek – Paducah, Kentucky 2016, is an incredible quilt. Marilyn explains her creative process and her big surprise in this video interview with AQS Executive Show Director Bonnie Browning.
What a fabulous day it was when I read Lara Buccella’s Crafted Appliqué: New Possibilities. It made my day! It’s rare to come across a new technique that offers so much while asking so little. With Lara’s thorough instructions for using Mod Podge to make fray-free fused appliqué, every quilter can have beautiful, detailed appliqué...
Stacey chose a selection of rainbow color prints from her stash to make the Frequency quilt.
Christa Watson recently teamed up with BERNINA to share a brand-new quilt along. Over five weeks, Christa taught the Simple Strips Quit from start to binding on BERNINA’s WeAllSew.com blog. Finished Quilt Size: 48″ x 60″ Finished Block Size: 12″ x 12″ 20 blocks set 4 X 5 Whether this is your first quilt or...
Holloway’s Country Home Nestled in the foothills of Tennessee’s Great Smoky Mountains, Holloway’s Country Home is making so much more than beautiful quilts. There, Maria Holloway and her team of talented quilters are using FabricMaker to help create memories that will last for generations. Memory quilts have long been a staple of creative quilting. What...
Around the Table Dresden Placemats With spring just around the corner, take some time to make decorative Dresden Fan placemats to brighten up your winter blues! Enjoy the smooth quilting and even stitching of the Janome Horizon Memory Craft 8900 QCP Special Edition that will really make your dining room décor shine. Play with different...
Watch this unique demonstration of the knotless backstitch that Sashiko expert and iquilt instructor Carol R. Ziogas uses to start and finish her beautiful Sashiko stitching. Would you like to learn more about the ancient Japanese hand stitching art of Sashiko? In Carol’s iquilt class, Sashiko Basics, you’ll learn about fabrics, designs, and threads. Designs...
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