Visit Bethlehem with this fun wallhanging.
Turn back time to the fall of 1985 as we share the second in a vintage AQ pattern series by Joe Arnold.
The first pattern published in American Quilter magazine, Hole in the Barndoor x 3 by Joe Arnold.
Make this adorable wallhanging, GARDEN PARTY, just in time for spring! Barbara E. Lies shows you how to use the pillow trapunto technique–she says it’s easier than traditional trapunto. If you like a good challenge, why not try it? Trapunto adds irresistible dimension and interest to any quilt, but the many steps required can make…
Create a lovely wallhanging to warm your décor for the month of February. Inspired by those cute little boxes of sweet candy hearts to celebrate Valentine’s Day, this focal piece is sure to get lots of attention in your home. Enjoy the exact piecing you can attain with the Horizon Memory Craft 8900QCP Special Edition…
Create BOLD & BRIGHT, a 16″ x 16″ art quilt by Dr. Joyce Mori! It was featured in American Quilter in May 2014.
Enjoy this 36″ square quilt designed by Linda Hahn in honor of 30 years of quilting excitement – it’s all thanks to YOU!
This 16″ Dahlia Mosaic quilt applies the techniques, which are explained in Piecing with Pixels, of blending a stencil like pattern with one or more photos and/or filtered texture. When printed on treated silk or cotton, and then quilted, digital design is given a whole new dimension. This technique uses Adobe Photoshop Elements software.
You’ll enjoy choosing your brightest most cheerful fabrics for these free flying butterflies by Barbara Holtzman.
This pretty wallhanging is from the pattern Morning Glisten by Rami Kim. It features sets of mirror-imaged, beaded, continuous prairie points that are used to create flower blossom bundles and border embellishments. You’ll have fun and learn how to manipulate your fabric using a traditional technique with a modern twist. Click here to download your…