Make this cozy new quilt by Linda J. Hahn and Deborah Stanley.
The first pattern published in American Quilter magazine, Hole in the Barndoor x 3 by Joe Arnold.
See what’s new in the October issue of American Quilter magazine. Get a look at the seven projects in this issue!
Stacey Day presents Photobomb, one of her favorite quilt designs. Star blocks pop into view over a simple pieced background. You’ll have fun making it as shown, or in your choice of colors. The finished size is approximately 77″ x 77″. Click here to download the pattern originally featured in the July 2015 issue of…
See what’s new in the latest edition of American Quilter Magazine.
In the March, 2015 issue of American Quilter magazine Rami Kim provided instructions for making pear and apple blocks inspired by the paper craft Iris Folding technique. These instructions tell you how to use 4 blocks to make an Apple & Pear quilt.
Follow along and learn from Teresa Justice that English paper piecing isn’t just for hexies. Sometimes it’s the easiest way to achieve the perfect points and connections you’ve been longing to make!
Pixelflake is a strip-pieced, pixel-style lap quilt designed by Stacey Day. Its easy construction and strip piecing short cuts let you whip up this quilt in not time! Perfect to get you in the mood for spring! Skill Level: Easy Finished Quilt Size: 66″ x 66″ Fabric Requirements: Assorted white blenders – 4 yd Assorted teal…
What a unique gift for friends or family, especially if they are gardeners! Preserve plants by matting and framing them as plant pounding quilted pieces. This is a great way to display smaller plant poundings and to show a variety of plants as well.
With the first issue of the year in 2016, American Quilter kicked off a row quilt series project designed by Kimberly Einmo. Throughout the year, members received the next pattern in their issue of AQ magazine and got right to work cutting, sewing, and quilting. The time has come to celebrate! Join us as…