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Do you have boxes of silk ties stored away? Whether precious treasures of loved ones or collected from rumage sales, grab your collection, sit down with Sharyn Cole, and be inspired.       Visit our previous post, What is a Tuffet?, for a list of tuffet resources and an introduction to Sharyn Cole’s iquilt...
Perhaps you have a pile of blocks laying around that didn’t quite work out for your last project or they are left overs from several projects. Gwen Marston has just the thing to try!    Learn more great ideas with Gwen! Visit her iquilt online classes. Gwen is also an AQS Author, check out here latest...
Peaceful skies of blue and pink wisping over the lapping waters; a vision to relax the body and clear the mind. Landscape quilts are one of a kind works of art depicting nature scenes of all kinds. Often time, landscape quilts utilize artful techniques to create the colors and textures of nature. Mickey Lawler has...
Have you ever fallen in love with a pattern, taken it to the quilt shop, only to be completely disillusioned by the overwhelming fabric selection. Or worse, you pick everything out and think it will be perfect – you can see it winning best of show in your head – but once the last piece...
  Remember that time when Little Miss Muffet sat on her tuffet? Thankfully, more came from the experience than a bout of arachnophobia. The idea of a tuffet being a low stool sprang from the page into our imaginations. Before the popularity of the nursery rhyme, a tuffet was defined as a grassy patch, like...
Enjoy a snow day in July! Here is a great project to start now and have ready for the first snowfall.  If you need a break from the hot weather, get lost in the wintery wonderland of Kathy McNeil’s Audubon’s Christmas Quilt.  Kathy has created several ways for you to enjoy this pattern. Whether you...
Rami Kim demonstrates how to make a zipper unit that you can sew onto any bag! You don't even need a zipper foot.
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