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October 11, 2016
The fan fair is over and the music has played out. Alone with the words of the quilt contest judge, you sit down, take the piece of paper, and read. Words of criticism can be hard to take and especially hard to find useful value in. But this could be the most enriching part of...
Welcome to A Miniature World by Pat Holly where quilting meets coloring.     In Pat Holly’s new book, A Miniature World, she offers 38 detailed coloring pages featuring work from her miniature quilts, larger quilts, images from traveling, textile items, and ideas from her imagination. Along with the coloring pages, she offers ideas for...
  Listen to Bethanne explain the design elements and creative processes involved in making her award winning quilt, The Paisley Peacock. “This quilt was an experiment in linear precision, hence, the “Wickedly”. Wicked has 293 hours of hand guided quilting and took 8 months to complete.” – Deborah Poole “Art deco stained glass was my...
  We have all seen many beautiful quilts made by quilters in your guild or displayed at shows across the country. Paducah is going to put quilts on the floodwall next to the Carroll Convention Center here in Paducah as a way to recognize quilts and quiltmakers. Paducah was named a UNESCO Creative City of Crafts & Folk...