Get creative with quilt blocks with this month’s Creative Organizer Planning Pages from AQS. With grids in multiple sizes, you can draw block designs for that perfect one-of-a-kind quilt!This month’s project planner pages are also included. Get the July organizer pages here. If you want to catch up on all the months, you can…
Go BIG with the ABC’s!
Stay up to date with the latest from iquilt! Take a look at the New Tips and Tricks section in the top navigation bar at iquilt. Visit today to see! Be sure not to miss this great feature upgrade: Print your class notes! Here’s how it works… Visit your iquilt class and click on…
AQS is excited to announce our participation in the public fiber art installation, Paducah Fiber Bombing. This display of fiber materials in the downtown Paducah area will take place during the month of September. The trees of Market House Square and along 2nd Street leading to the Schroeder Expo and Carroll Convention Center will be…
How many times have you packed a quilt to sit on for a summer outing at the beach, park, or other fun outdoor place and been worried about getting it dirty? Try backing a fun quilt with laminated cotton, and it can go anywhere with you without taking home the grime and dirt from your day of fun!
Summer nights are warm and clear. The stars twinkle and shine. Summer Night Sky by Elsie Campbell celebrates the splendor.
Take bits and pieces of your quilting journey and piece them together into a one of a kind block. Create a block for a quilt, use the idea for a quilt label, or frame your masterpiece and give it as a gift.
Inspired by her subconscious fantasies, each creation is started with the willingness to let it unfold and reveal itself. She considers each piece as a gift and you will too! Take a look at the quilts by Sheila Frampton Cooper.
This week is all about U! Big U measures 40″ square and little u weighs in at 24″ square, the perfect size for large letter fun! Get your giant U block patterns today.
This past week you shared about the furry friends who rearrange your quilt blocks, reorganize your scraps, and have a particular fondness for relocating your spools of thread. This week we’ve put it all together for you. Enjoy the stories of quilters and their critters.