American Quilter gets New Editor in Chief

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Drum roll please…we are excited to announce OnPoint’s Ann Hammel is now the editor in chief of American Quilter magazine. Ann is responsible for overall design, content, and production of our magazine.

Prior to her designation as editor in chief, Ann Hammel spent three years writing and editing the AQS e-newsletter and blog, OnPoint, and performed additional writing duties throughout the company. American Quilter’s Society President Meredith Schroeder stated, “Ann Hammel’s lifelong love of sewing combined with her writing skills and her strong history with the AQS community through OnPoint made her the perfect choice for editor-in-chief of American Quilter. I am excited to see her influence take form in the coming issues of the magazine.”

Ann Hammel is a graduate of Lindenwood University with a degree in Mass Communication. Her experience in research and writing for a university foundation in Illinois and as a grant writer for a humanitarian organization in North Carolina paved the way to her writing and editing career with American Quilter’s Society in Paducah, Kentucky.

Congratulations Ann!

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Betty

I am confused – understood your magazine would not be published any longer and that the one we just received would
be the very last one ever. ???? Our quilting group has been concerned about what will happen to our memberships
and the future of AQS.- can you please explain what happened. Happy you have a new editor, but we’d like to know
more and if there was a misunderstanding or mis-communication – straiten it out for us please.

Hi Betty. The American Quilter’s Society is in the process of restructuring its product lines to increase focus on AQS QuiltWeek® events, AQS Quilt Contests, online classes, American Quilter magazine, and membership. We plan to continue to release the magazine six times a year. AQS will continue to work to increase the quality of its other quiltmaker resources, including membership benefits, the American Quilter magazine, online classes, aqsblog.com and its online community, MyQuiltPlace.com. The AQS e-newsletter, OnPoint, will also continue to keep members abreast of the latest news, techniques, and information about quilting and the quilting industry. Please let your… Read more »