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Bonnie Browning
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...
Watch the presentation of a quilt to Operation Homefront volunteer Sherry Anderson in honor of her late father William George Rowland, a member of the Army infantry in World War II, during the opening of QuiltWeek®–Des Moines, Iowa 2013.
Here is a video from our archives that is as helpful today as it was when Bonnie Browning first made it. Bonnie is our executive show director, an author, quilter, teacher, quilt judge, and lecturer (she does it all!). Thousands of quilts have been sent to us for exhibit at our shows through the years...
Here's a paper-pieced tree for all seasons from Bonnie Browning.  Use it for the holiday season or make your own forest of trees using this simple pattern.
Take a walk with AQS  Show Director, Bonnie Browning as she shows you what it’s like to coordinate the Paducah Quilt Show & Contest. This is a video from a few years back, so those of you who have attended the Paducah show may notice something in the video that is no longer part of...
Watch Bonnie Browning interview Sherry Reynolds, winner of the  Best Machine Workmanship Award at the 2012 Lancaster AQS Quilt Show & Contest. Sherry made her quilt on a home machine. Learn how she designed this beautiful quilt and how she pieced the triangle circles. Pick up tips on quilting on a home machine too.
Watch AQS Show Director  Bonnie Browning interview Pauline Warren. Pauline was one of the winners at the AQS Quilt Show & Contest in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Pauline explains how her quilt was inspired by an antique quilt that she saw at the Shelburne Museum in Vermont. Learn just how long it took to make this hand-quilted...
You are sure to find lots of other uses for it in any patriotic-inspired project.
Watch Bonnie Browning interview Susan Stewart, the winner of the 2012 Bernina of America Machine Workmanship Award at the Paducah Quilt Show and Contest. Susan’s amazing quilt started out as a Lone Star. See how she used embroidery and directional fabrics to make an award-winning quilt. Susan also encourages you to enter your own quilt.
Did you ever see a yurt… or a quilted yurt? Linzi Upton from Scotland brought her quilted yurt for display at the AQS Quilt Show in Des Moines. Learn more from this video with Bonnie Browning and Linzi Upton.  
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