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Here’s a fun small quilt to start the New Year right! Bonnie Browning’s SEEING GREEN quilt uses yellow-green, blue, and blue-greens, three neighboring colors in the color wheel, to form the pattern’s contrast. Hang this 41″ x 41″ quilt on the wall, or adapt it for a baby quilt! Click HERE for the SEEING GREEN...
Every mother and father whose child has shown an interest in sports is very familiar with “Bleacher Bottom” – those seemingly permanent creases across one’s backside that develop from hours and hours in the stands. Whether it’s soccer, football or another sport, having a little cushion under the tush is a must for fans on...
It’s new. It’s different. And you can shop on it. (What could be better?) Have we got a treat for you—just in time for Black Friday! We’ve re-designed, re-structured…and just like re-decorating should do, created a new AQS shopping space. It’s a fresh new place for you to find what you need, look around with...
Here’s an in-depth video that explains the T-Shirt quiltmaking process! Enjoy this digital class from Trish Bowman, author of Easy Memorabilia Quilts: Ties, T-Shirts, Photos and More. “Use the right tools,” Trish says, as she gives terrific assembly tips and creative ideas in this t-shirt quiltmaking lesson. It’s a 20-minute video with lots of examples....
Piecing a complex block with set-in seams and pivots is often easier to accomplish by hand than by machine. Candy Goff’s 16″ Brilliant Cut block is complete with templates, cutting requirements, and hand-piecing hints. You’ll enjoy the relaxing art of hand-piecing and the result will be…brilliant! Picture this on a small round table in fall or...
Here’s a project that’s a little different for autumn – and the kids can help.
Use your jellyroll leftovers to make this fun, quick, and easy quilt!
Create the beloved look of Tiffany glass with this sweet blue bird and dogwoods.
This floral table topper designed by Pam Bono will be lovely in any decor. Fusible appliqué and template-free piecing make this project quick and easy, while hand embroidery adds a special touch. Click here for the corrected PDF of Stars in the Garden Placemats & Table Topper patterns by Pam Bono!
 Watch AQS author, Karen Linduska as she demonstrates how to make a quilted postcard using machine surface design techniques. Karen is the author of the AQS books  Your Machine’s Decorative Stitches and Creative Uses for Decorative Stitches.  Let Karen help you get started on your own unique postcard. 8353 8762
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