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AQS QuiltWeek
Each year, Bonita and Dean Tooley hop into their mini motor home in Edgewood, New Mexico, and drive more than 1,000 miles to Paducah, Kentucky, for QuiltWeek. When the Tooleys first came to Paducah for the quilt show in 1999, they were “spellbound” by the quilts, the dogwoods, and the red carpet welcome they received...
Arandano, Marilyn Badger’s stunning Janome America Best of Show quilt at AQS QuiltWeek – Paducah, Kentucky 2016, is an incredible quilt. Marilyn explains her creative process and her big surprise in this video interview with AQS Executive Show Director Bonnie Browning.
Above, the Schroeder family upon the re-naming of the Paducah Expo Center to the William and Meredith Schroeder Expo Center. This designation was made on March 1, 2016 by the Convention Center Corporation as a way of thanking the family that founded the quilt show in Paducah. Following is a press release regarding the announcement...
Quilters and friends, thank you for a year of fun and fabulous quilts! Grab a cup of tea and relax in a comfy chair. Enjoy this walk through QuiltWeek 2015 as we visit each show, video-style. From Albuquerque in January to Des Moines in October, here are interviews with winning quilters at every 2015 AQS...
Along with construction hints, Cyndi gives a unique idea for letting friends and relatives know who gets which quilt after a quilter is gone.
Bonnie Browning talks with Bonnie Rhoby, whose quilt, Sewing Seeds of Hope, won first place in the Longarm Machine Quilted category at AQS QuiltWeek® in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The quilt started with seed packets and a calendar. “All of the Flowers of all the tomorrows are in the seeds of today.” Take a look at...
Teri Cherne took home the Best Longarm Machine Quilt award at AQS QuiltWeek 2015 in Syracuse, New York. In this video, she explains the process she used in making her quilt, Let’s Do the Dresden Twist. It took about 300 hours, including about 150 on the machine quilting. What kind of marking does she use?...
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