Month

June 2016
Rami Kim demonstrates how to make a zipper unit that you can sew onto any bag! You don't even need a zipper foot.
Here’s a taste of the 4th of July from the quilters at MyQuiltPlace.com. MyQuiltPlace is a community of over 20,000 quilters who love to share their quilts, their techniques, and often a little of their lives with one another. Under the Galleries tab, you’ll find over 34,000 quilts! Here’s a sampling of patriotic quilts and...
patriotic coasters
Your summer picnic scene will be complete with a set of six 4″ square coasters in a patriotic design! Your coasters will be done in a jiffy when you use star fabric and easy strip piecing.
After a year of hand piecing, hand quilting is now underway on this stunning quilt made by New Zealand quilter Wendy of the Wendy’s Quilts and More blog. Her adventure started with the pattern La Passacaglia from Dutch designer Willyne Hammerstein’s first Millefiori Quilts book. Although Willyne hand stitched the quilts in that hard-to-find book,...
As plans for the new fall AQS QuiltWeek in 2017 are gaining momentum, a new project is underway in Paducah, Kentucky, that will combine art, quilts, and the convention center flood wall! Adding another layer of quilts to the Paducah scene involves a series of Quilt City USA® Murals that will debut in September 2017....
In the midst of this month-long AQS patriotic celebration, a highlight is remembering our own families who have been in military service. Remember these fine soldiers with us AND learn how to make a Tribute quilt of your own with a FREE PATTERN. Click HERE for your FREE PATTERN for a 3 block x 3 block...
During AQS QuiltWeek – Paducah, Kentucky 2016, I was fortunate to meet Marianna Teague of Bedford, Indiana. She is a lovely lady who has attended numerous quilt shows in Paducah. Marianna was gracious enough to take time out of her day to discuss her views on Paducah QuiltWeek. I have been coming to Paducah quilt...
Throughout time, events have been recorded with needle, thread, and fabric. Historically, women and men have picked up needle and thread to stitch history onto fabric.
Watch as Cindy Seitz-Krug shows you a unique binding technique for curved edges on a quilt. The easy process creates a beautiful finish!
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