Wish upon a star and your dream of a beautiful quilt might come true!
The Kansas City Star was a popular place to find quilt block patterns weekly from 1928 through the mid-1930s. Tori’s Triplet block, #7 in the AQS Vintage Block series, was inspired by a Kansas City Star pattern that appeared in 1933.
Please join us in welcoming Guest Blogger Lori Miller. Through Lori’s website, Lori Miller Designs, she blogs about her adventures in sewing and creativity. Here’s a detailed tutorial for her cute, quilted Mod Apple Hot Pad. She says “Making and giving handmade is love you can hold!” Here’s Lori: I am spending the week…
We’re in Chattanooga this week, September 16-19, 2015. What great response we’ve had from Part One of the very long Choo Choo pattern! Here’s Part Two of this very special gift, the passenger car and caboose. The complete pattern makes a 100″ long sofa pillow, but you can split it up to hang on the…
Here’s a fun block to make for all the little guys and gals you know whose names start with T!
Make as many of these 9″ blocks as you like to fill your design space with waves of color!
Here’s an adorable house block, Nolan’s Neighborhood, that can be joined to make a colorful village as large as you like! It’s Block #4 in the AQS Vintage Block series.
Our nostalgic block series continues with #3, Ellie’s Elephant! This block is a simplified version of an elephant block designed by Oppenheimer & Haas that appeared in Woman’s Home Companion in 1928. Our vintage block series features blocks that are AQS original designs inspired by nostalgic sources. Have fun with blanket and background fabric choices!…
AQS author Rami Kim’s exceptional talent blossoms with innovative designs. She is passionate about wearable quilted art and one-of-a-kind home décor. Three-dimensional textures and exciting colors blend with traditional sewing techniques, giving her work an exquisite edge!
Ahoy Matey! Enjoy making Miller’s Mariner, a nostalgic block design that reflects an age when sailing vessels roamed the Seven Seas, their sturdy sails billowing.