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By Jackie Hillman Living in a small town outside of Houston, Texas, known for growing watermelons, I was motivated to design a watermelon quilt. The center of SLICE OF HEAVEN looks complicated, but it is actually made using a bargello technique. Follow these instructions to make a fun watermelon bargello table topper. Information on making...
By Weeks Ringle When we asked quilters to tell us the hardest part of making a modern quilt, almost all responded that planning and executing the quilting was challenging. Many who send their quilts to longarm quilters admitted to relinquishing the decision making to the longarmer, who might not understand that modern quilts are often...
Hear from the winners as Bonnie sits down with Renae Haddadin and Karen Kay Buckley.
Many art lovers throughout the world appreciate and prize the designs and aesthetic of the Art Deco movement. Characterized by rich colors, bold geometric shapes, and lavish ornamentation, this eclectic style combines traditional craft motifs with the influence of the technological advancements of the machine age. This free pattern, “Art Deco Gears” by Robbi Joy...
The AQS online store is filled with books, patterns, fabric, notions, and more! In honor of all quilters who enjoy the fun of appliqué, we’re celebrating with a special discount. We’ve put together an Appliqué Bonanza, with three titles published by AQS, each for under $10. Quantities are limited, so order today. Adventure & Appliqué...
Timna comes from a long line of quilters, but hated sewing as a child. She now spends her days quilting. Her time is divided between working at her longarm business and playing with fabrics and colors for her own quilts. Timna’s work has been recognized at various quilt shows across the country. She lives in...
“Quilting Modern” Written by Jacquie Gering and Katie Pederson Photo copyright: Joe Hancock, 2012 Illustrations copyright: Interweave Press LLC, 2012 Get the pattern here.
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