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Collect your quilting design genius in one place that you can access anytime. Save ideas, remember how you quilted past projects, and develop new quilting designs with your very own Quilting Design Notebook.
My Quilt Place is an online community of quilters who gather to share knowledge, ideas, photos, and fun! There’s a lot going on at MQP, and you’ll always find someone there who likes to talk about quilts as much as you do. Besides the blogs, forums, and photo galleries you’ll find at My Quilt Place,...
During the AQS QuiltWeek® – Lancaster, Pennsylvania 2014 event, we received a post on our facebook page from Elizabeth Tirella Lee. Elizabeth posted: “Thank you for wonderful experience at AQS Lancaster. It was a great learning experience and thoroughly enjoyed the friendly atmosphere with my 8-year-old and mother-in-law.” She also shared a photo of her...
Helen Squire’s circular continuous line quilting pattern, Lisabeth’s Wreath, is a beautiful choice for hand or machine quilting! It measures an easy-to-use 7½” diameter that can be changed with the percentage enlarger on any copy machine. Why not coordinate your quilt’s borders and use the matching border designs? Helen is well known for her eight...
Andi Reynolds, former AQS executive book editor, gave us a rare glimpse into her quilting space. “Look at the great light in here,” she said. “Although I need to rethink how to store fabric to prevent fading, with the glass patio doors, a wall of windows, and port holes high on the third wall, there’s...
We have a very special treat for you. Watch this video and visit beautiful  Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and the women of the Mennonite Relief Committee. They are busy at their quilting frames making quilts that will be auctioned off for charity. Lovely music, rustic beauty, and the tranquility of the quilting needle are just a...
  AQS author Sue Patten shows us how to properly use a pounce pad. Sue Patten is the author of “Adaptable Quilting Designs” and “Quilting Possibilities: Freehand Filler Patterns.” Click here for more information about Sue and her books.