By

Suzan Ellis
Are you crazy about the fabric designs of William Morris? I am, and have been  since their introduction to my quilting world about 20 years ago. His classic and yet innovative designs are as popular today as they were in the late 19th century. Morris lived from 1834-1896. He was a leading  English textile designer,...
Beautifully diverse! Join traditional quilt blocks to New York Beauty blocks and bring fresh life to this  grand old patchwork design. Use foundation paper-piecing for super-precise results and error-free sewing. 14 projects and several gallery quilts showcase design possibilities for everyone from beginning quilters to experienced sewers. Every block in the book can be mixed,...
This floral table topper designed by Pam Bono will be lovely in any decor. Fusible appliqué and template-free piecing make this project quick and easy, while hand embroidery adds a special touch. Click here for the corrected PDF of Stars in the Garden Placemats & Table Topper patterns by Pam Bono!
What’s in store for Anne Brown and the Colbridge community? In The Basement Quilt, the debut novel by Ann Hazelwood, you got to know the family and friends of Anne Brown, a plucky florist whose daily ups and downs are as familiar as your own. In this follow-up book, Anne and fiancé, Sam, start house...
This DVD by Kathy McNeil will show you how to make nine different bird blocks while learning five different methods of appliqué. The DVD includes: turning edges with sizing/starch, needle turn, freezer paper, raw-edge appliqué, and machine appliqué. Watch a demonstration creating a little nest of thread embellishment. Learn how to shade your pictorial objects...
Sandra Leichner, the AQS author of Hand Appliqué with Embroidery, shows how to make your quilts come alive with the right scale of embroidery threads.
Make Spectacular Log Cabin quilts like you’ve never seen before! Follow Robert DeCarli’s intriguing exploration of the traditional Log Cabin block. Insert a smaller Curved Log Cabin block in the corner of a larger, traditional Log Cabin block. Oriented one way, the curved block creates a “valley.” Rotate the curve for a “hill” effect to...
Jenny Bowker narrates this fascinating video featuring Tarek and Hosam,  two of the Tentmakers of Cairo.
The American Quilter’s Society’s very own Meredith Schroeder is the 2013 Inductee to The Quilters Hall of Fame. We just couldn’t be prouder! This award is presented every year by The Quilters Hall of Fame to a person who has made an outstanding contribution to the world of quilting. Here is what The Quilters Hall...
Are you ready to visit your local quilt shop?  January 24, 2013, is the day that quilters and quilt shop owners have been waiting for. It’s the day you can  show your support for your local quilt shop and let them know how much you value them. Visit Your Local Quilt Shop Day is  promoted...
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