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Take a Pieceful Quilter moment and visit the oldest textile printing plant in America, the Cranston Print Works  located in Webster, Massachusetts. Quilters know Cranston for it’s beautiful line of quilting fabrics. Watch the fabrics being made and take a pieceful quilting moment!  
This Quilt of the Week Video features sisters, Sue Nickels and Pat Holly. Sue and Pat discuss the creation of their beautiful quilt called “New York State of Mind.” Learn how they made the quilt together while living 170 miles apart. Sue and Pat are the authors of  Stitched Raw Edge Appliqué .
See Bonnie Browning interview Christine Wickert about her quilt, Monticello Baskets, which won 2nd place in the wall quilts category at the 2012 AQS quilt show in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.  Learn how the front of her quilt, which features the Jinny Beyer fabric named Monticello, eventually became the back of the quilt!
Watch Marti Michell, teacher, author, designer, and quilter extraordinaire as she lectures at the Paducah 2012 All-Star Review. You’ll pick up some quilting tips, learn  how to use some tools, and see some of Marti’s techniques. Marti is sure to bring a smile to your face as she talks about quilting today and yesterday.  
  Faye Labanaris demonstration at the All-Star Review at the 2012 AQS Quilt Show – Paducah. Click here Find out more about Faye Labanaris
This week’s quilt of the week has a lot of heart. In fact, this award-winning quilt made by Aie Rossmann is made of nothing but hearts! The quilt is appropriately named “Affairs of the Heart.” The inspiration for this quilt came from Burmese Temple murals from Aie’s native Burma. Watch the video and see how...
This week’s Quilt of the Week features a quilt by Linda Carlson named Amy’s Wedding Quilt. Linda began making this quilt for her daughter when Amy was only 13 years old. Linda explains how this beautiful quilt was based on an historical pattern from about 1870.  She reinterpreted the pattern and added her own personal...
This week’s special quilt of the week captures a moment of great movement and grace. It is called Two Minutes in May and the subject is the Kentucky Derby, which is of special interest to the quilter who created it, Shirley Kelly. Shirley explains the inspiration for this quilt and gives some tips for working...
Did you see the winning quilts from the 2012 AQS Lancaster Quilt Show & Contest? Well, even if you weren’t able to attend, you can see the breathtaking winning quilts on the video slide show above. You can also purchase a CD with all 177 of the semi-finalist quilts from this show. Take a look...
This video from AQS features two rare samples of high-quality, well preserved antique quilts. Bill Lyle, quilt historian and quilt dealer from Quincy, Illinois,  discusses a  unique Mariner’s Compass quilt and a reversible Log Cabin quilt made of wool. Enjoy this quilting trip to the past.
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