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Kimberly Einmo is an author, award-winning quilter, designer, international instructor, and quilt judge. She has written five books published by the American Quilter’s Society including her newest, Modern Quilts & More, plus Jelly Roll Quilts & More, Jelly Roll Quilt Magic, Precuts Bonanza and Quilt A Travel Souvenir. Host of four popular online classes on...
Spring cleaning in your fabric closet? Why not! Here’s a block that will help you use your multi-colored stash.
We were happy to hear from Barbara Zeger, Co-President of Centre Pieces Quilt Guild. She sent this letter: “Our guild, Centre Pieces Quilt guild, is located in State College, Pennsylvania. We are an active guild with a diverse membership whose quilting preferences run the gamut from traditional to modern. We needed a central block for...
Follow along to learn trapunto with Barbara while you make this goofy little Garden Party wall quilt.
This pattern by Linda K. Johnson and her grandson, Griffin, incorporates scraps into a beautiful quilt that is so much fun to make, you may want to cut new scraps! The scraps are pieced onto foundation fabric that stabilizes the bias edges and remains a permanent part of the quilt. Try making this as a...
Is the ocean calling you with dreams of summer ahead? For now, make plans to sew this Waves of the Sea block. Easy cutting and easy construction make this block as fun as an ocean breeze!
Helen Squire’s circular continuous line quilting pattern, Lisabeth’s Wreath, is a beautiful choice for hand or machine quilting! It measures an easy-to-use 7½” diameter that can be changed with the percentage enlarger on any copy machine. Why not coordinate your quilt’s borders and use the matching border designs? Helen is well known for her eight...
New AQS author Karen Duling is a dedicated animal lover. Her book, Quilting for the Paws, is dedicated to animal shelter staff and volunteers. Karen loves making quilts about dogs and cats! She started making them as fund-raising items for her community animal shelter. After a bit, she learned that these quilts also make thoughtful...
Who’s ready for a little sewing fun? If you’ve never tried free motion quilting (FMQ) on your domestic sewing machine, here’s a little challenge to give you a taste of it. Last week, I mentioned seven quick steps for getting ready to FMQ. If you missed that article, it’s a good idea to review it...
Here’s a pattern for a unique, fun-to-make Giving Quilt, designed by Bonnie Browning to match her quilt that was in the Quilted in Honor Celebrity Quilt Exhibit
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