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Ann Hazelwood
Welcome to East Perry County, where Christmas is getting into full swing in Ann Hazelwood’s latest addition to the East Perry County series, Quilt the Town Christmas. Check out this engaging quilt fiction series today!      
Take a closer look at last year’s top selling books in Overall, 2015 New Releases, and Fiction categories. Click on each book cover for a direct link, or find them all at shopAQS.com! Top 3 Books 1. 2016 Quilt Art Engagement Calendar #1565…$13.95/member $11.16 2. T-Shirt Quilts Made Easy by Martha DeLeonardis #8664…$19.95/member $15.96 3....
Top 5 Notions Here were the top five notions at shopAQS.com in 2015! #1  The Ultimate Stencil Enjoy this video. Cindy Needham demonstrates how to use The Ultimate Stencil: #2  Wonder Clips Wondering how to use them? Click here to find ideas on Pinterest.  #3  Karen Kay Buckley’s Perfect Adjustable Square How to use it?...
What fun, tears, and drama we’ve read since Ann Hazelwood wrote her first Colebridge Community book, The Basement Quilt, in 2012. Since then, Ann walked us through the fine Missouri community whose residents seemed so familiar and so real.  We joined narrator Anne Brown Dickson in her flower shop through thick and thin, up and...
On a blazing-hot Wednesday afternoon in Paducah, KY, several staff members represented the American Quilter’s Society in the Ice Bucket Challenge to support research and raise awareness for ALS, otherwise known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. It was a chilling experience for all who were brave enough to stand under that GIANT bucket! Enjoy the video...
Love novels. Love your Kindle. Now you can download Ann Hazelwood’s Colebridge community fiction series for your Kindle. Hazelwood introduced us to Anne Brown and the Colebridge community in The Basement Quilt. Anne Brown is a plucky florist whose daily ups and downs will seem so familiar you’ll identify with her right away. When Anne...
Carolina Lily Block from Ann Hazelwood’s book “The Potting Shed Quilt.”
Ann Hazelwood has written several books for the American Quilter’s Society including “100 Things You Need to Know If You Own a Quilt,” and “100 Sweet Treats by and for Quilters.” A former quilt shop owner, Ann is an author of regional food and travel books about her home state of Missouri, and is an...
Most quilters love books. They are our source for patterns, beautiful design ideas, and color inspiration. Like the stacks of fabric you love to collect, most quilters have a particular passion for quilting books. But maybe… • you wish you could print patterns easily from your home computer • you’re going on a vacation, and you want to take along some...
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