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Suzan Ellis
Inspired by a quilt she discovered in an antique shop, Gyleen Fitzgerald created this beautiful vintage 40" x 50" quilt.
Bonnie K. Browning, quilter extraordinaire, offers this wonderful pattern that is perfect for beginning and intermediate quilters–or anyone wanting a fun, fast project. It’s perfect for hand-dyed or mottled fabrics. Have fun! Click HERE for your free COLOR MY WORLD pattern.
The year, 1917. A postcard from France arrives, and with it the very breath of Spring. The classic birds, butterflies, and flowers represented on this nostalgic 100% cotton fabric rest on a background collage of vintage florals and small-scale French designs. This complex print includes shades of blue, plum, rose, and the greens of antique...
Watch as the Paducah Tilghman High School Marching Bands helped open the 29th annual AQS QuiltWeek™ – Paducah 2013. It’s guaranteed to make you smile!
Dr. Peggy G. Rhodes and Julia C. Wood are the authors of the new AQS book Quick & Easy Hexie Quilts. This dynamic design duo brings new life to the hot trend of quilting with hexagons—they make hand piecing these little gems fast and fun. Dr. Peggy G. Rhodes retired as Associate Dean from the...
Renae Haddadin and Karen Kay Buckley collaborated to make this year’s Janome America, Inc. Best of Show quilt, Fiesta Mexico, at AQS QuiltWeek™ in Paducah, Kentucky. Karen made the top using designs from Mexican pottery, and Renae repeated some of Karen’s designs in the quilting. Congratulations Renae and Karen!
How many times have you gone to buy fabric and just couldn’t remember the dimensions of the type of bed that you were making the quilt for? Make a copy of this handy chart from American Quilter magazine  and put it in your wallet for your next fabric excursion.
Sue Nickels is the author of the new AQS book Fabulous Feathers & Fillers, Design & Machine Quilting Techniques. Sue has been quilting for 34 years, starting by hand and gradually focusing on machine work.  She has been teaching machine techniques for the past 22 years. Sue has taught and lectured nationally for shops, guilds,...
Sometimes a quilter needs a “no wrong answers” kind of project, as an antidote. After an intense quilt experience — the designing, the auditioning, the second guessing, the making all the corners meet and the points match–a person can use a break. Click here to download your FREE pattern.* *The pattern is in PDF format....
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