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 Watch AQS author, Karen Linduska as she demonstrates how to make a quilted postcard using machine surface design techniques. Karen is the author of the AQS books  Your Machine’s Decorative Stitches and Creative Uses for Decorative Stitches.  Let Karen help you get started on your own unique postcard. 8353 8762
Here's a paper-pieced tree for all seasons from Bonnie Browning.  Use it for the holiday season or make your own forest of trees using this simple pattern.
This beautiful Diamond Star quilting pattern by Lynda Smith will look lovely on the top of a quilted Christmas tree or use it anywhere you need a lovely quilting motif. You can size it to fit any space that you need. Lynda Smith is an AQS author and staff designer. Click here to download your...
Watch Zena Thorpe as she shows you how she makes her adorable tiny flowers.
It was a delight to talk to Mary Owens, the quilter whose wonderful Rose and Sage is in the December issue of TQL. Mary makes her quilts entirely by hand, because she loves hand sewing. Imagine that! One of the charming little (yes, only 4”) blocks is a tulip, with an appliquéd stem. We left...
The stunning Audubon’s Christmas Quilt designed by Kathy McNeil is now available as a block of the month.  When you join you will receive a block pattern every month for seven months. Each pattern is full-size — no enlarging is necessary.   If you just can’t wait, you can purchase the entire Audubon’s  Christmas set...
Learn to make a perfect reverse appliqué Sunburst block with Marti Michell. Marti's method eliminates the bulk that is sometimes a problem with this traditional quilt block.  She shows you how to use freezer paper and simple measurements to make a perfect block every time.
This owl handbag is full of whimsy and rich color choices that will appeal to just about everyone, from the young to the young-at-heart.
Take a look at the photo of Frosty Flakes, Cheryl Lynch’s elegant winter wall hanging, in the December issue of TQL. That picture was actually taken in August, at the home/studio of TQL photographer Gregory Case and his wife/photo stylist Elena Morera. TQL editor Irene Berry and I were there to try our hand at...
Marjorie Rhine designed this block for the background of her quilt, Transformed, which won an honorable mention in the 2009 Hoffman Challenge.
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