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Robert Kaufman Fabrics
“What happens at Quilt Market?” Several AQS employees traveled to Minneapolis, Minnesota, in mid-May to attend the International Quilt Market on behalf of AQS Publishing. AQS was a part of the hundreds of booths, representing small to very, very large companies, in the huge Minneapolis Convention Center. The majority of attendees were quilt shop and...
Confession time. Just in case you thought a quilt mag editor has all the latest and greatest new gadgets in her studio, here’s one of my secrets. Yes, I do have a lovely board that’s 14 inches square, covered with sandpaper, for arranging the patches for a block and carrying them to the machine. But...
Once again, I had to control myself. Though I was so excited to get started, I made a paste-up of two sections of the quilt. I’m glad I took this extra step because I quickly realized I couldn’t use all 10 fabrics, at least not in a quilt this size with fairly large patches. But...
Debra Lunn and Michael Mrowka’s quilt Artisan Star (the pattern in the June TQL that inspired Stockholm Star) is stunning. I knew right away I wanted to make the pattern, but I wanted to see how it would look in different fabrics. A line from Robert Kauffman caught my eye. Stockholm reminded me of home...