When you hang out with over 15,000 members in the AQS community, you meet a lot of interesting people. Today’s spotlight is on traditional hand-quilter Orville Roach. Orville has been quilting throughout the past dozen retirement years, just for fun. In that time, he has created over 50 quilts! It seems he’s always making a...
Meet Sheila Frampton-Cooper Her entry into the AQS QuiltWeek™ – Paducah, Kentucky 2013 Contest, titled FANTASYLAND, took home the TinLizzie18 Judge’s Recognition Award chosen by Libby Lehman. A huge fan of Libby, Sheila is incredibly honored to have been chosen among all of the entries in Paducah as Libby’s favorite. Creating such a detailed piece...
Hear from the winners as Bonnie sits down with Renae Haddadin and Karen Kay Buckley.
Watch as the Paducah Tilghman High School Marching Bands helped open the 29th annual AQS QuiltWeek™ – Paducah 2013. It’s guaranteed to make you smile!
Rami Kim shows you how to weave in three directions, a technique from her book Elegant Cotton, Wool, Silk Quilts. She also shows many of the beautiful projects from the book.
Watch this inspiring video that is a tribute to friendship, love, and the power of quiltmaking. Be prepared to shed a tear.
Sandra Leichner, the AQS author of Hand Appliqué with Embroidery, shows how to make your quilts come alive with the right scale of embroidery threads.
Jenny Bowker narrates this fascinating video featuring Tarek and Hosam,  two of the Tentmakers of Cairo.
AQS author Daphne Greig gives you a tip in this short video that will save you loads of time and improve your quilting projects. Just click on the video above. Daphne and Susan Purney Marks wrote the AQS book Give & Take Appliqué. Click here to read more about Give & Take Appliqué.
 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
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