The November 2016 issue of American Quilter (AQ) will appear in your mailbox and on newsstands soon!
In this issue, you’ll find five fabulous patterns including the completion of PLEASANTVILLE, Kimberly Einmo’s fun quilt that’s made by the row. Check out the pretty new WILD PRISMS quilt pattern designed by Alaskan quilter Michelle McAnally, too. It’s full of Alaskan Wildflowers, and you can order a kit!
Colorful fabrics are the focus of this issue of AQ. Explore Kaffe Fassett’s world of color as you read Sue Fenwick’s interview article, and read about Brandon Mably’s career that began with an unexpected meeting on a street corner. Lori Allison shows you how to make a quilt with an attractive appliqué center spotlight. Lori used a big batch of bright reds from the Kaffe Fassett Collective; which Kaffe fabrics do you collect?
For incomparable inspiration, see the winning quilts from the Syracuse, New York, and Grand Rapids, Michigan, AQS QuiltWeek 2016 events.
Nancy Fiedler from Janome demonstrates hand-look quilting on your sewing machine; and, as always, you’ll find our regular columnists Lori Kennedy, Kimberly Einmo, and Helen Squire with great tips and stitches. Read “On the Web” to improve your English paper-piecing skills and find out where to grab hundreds of free patterns!
Discover, create, and be inspired as you turn the pages of AQ! Join American Quilter’s Society and you’ll receive AQ magazine (including the digital format), AQS QuiltWeek savings, discounts, and much more as you become a part of America’s largest quilting organization. Go HERE to learn more!