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Ms. MacDonald’s Farm Block of the Month
At the start of the Great Depression in 1929, a new art movement called Regionalism was born, with paintings that were exclusively from the Midwest and depictions of simple rural life. The American Gothic, a painting by Grant Wood, is a landmark of that era. The next issue of The Quilt Life displays the results of...
Where does life in the everyday world cease to exist? For quilters “in the business,” it’s at the International Quilt Market in Houston each year, where brains become quilt-consumed and talk turns to little but the subject at hand. Friends are made and old friends reacquaint. AQS had a happy, hectic, wonderful time. E-I-E-I-O!! The spotlight was...
Most quilters will agree that many of their quilts come from an emotional place. Sending a message in a quilt is not new. What you may consider new is the modern twist as more quilters are experimenting with sleek, chic lines and neutral colors with a splash of bold. Quilters are using this method to...