Monday August 3rd 2015

American Quilter

The official publication of American Quilter’s Society remains the most respected and distinctive magazine serving the lives and craft of quilters. Every issue comes packed with techniques, tips and lifestyle features to inspire quilter’s love of life.

In every issue, readers find amazing photos of award-winning quilts as well as technique articles and patterns to bring amazing quilting to your home. Our ongoing commitment to quality extends beyond the words and stories we feature through the exceptional quality of the magazine pages themselves. You won’t find a magazine that’s still as well made as American Quilter.

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More from American Quilter

  • Ann Hazelwood’s Colebridge Community Series What fun, tears, and drama we’ve read since Ann Hazelwood wrote her first Colebridge Community book, The Basement Quilt, in 2012. Since then, Ann walked us through the fine Missouri community whose residents seemed so familiar and so real.  We joined narrator Anne Brown Dickson in her flower shop through thick and thin, up and ...
  • Lively Linda Hahn If you’ve ever been in a room with Linda J. Hahn, you’ll be smiling before you leave! It might not surprise you to know that Linda is a zumba fanatic. Her other passion is breaking complex quilt designs into easy-to-understand parts and adding her bright, lively sense of style. Named a National Quilting Association Certified Teacher ...
  • To Market, To Market… “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 business owners representing ...
  • Meet AQS Author Leanne Anderson Leanne Anderson has been designing kits and patterns since 1992. She’s the owner of The Whole Country Caboodle, where she works alongside her daughter Kaytlyn and her mom, Jan. She lives in Nashua, Iowa, where her design studio is nestled in the country overlooking beautiful Cedar Lake. Leanne is not new to the fabric industry. ...
  • CONGRATULATIONS SHARON KEELING! Today, Sharon Keeling is celebrating her birthday and her wedding anniversary while bidding us farewell as she begins retirement. Wow, that’s a lot to take in. I won’t give away her age, but will tell you that she has worked for Schroeder Publishing & AQS for 36 YEARS! Sharon started in the shipping department and ...
  • American Quilter’s Society Welcomes Third Generation of Founding Family American Quilter’s Society, the largest quilting membership organization in the world and producer of the AQS QuiltWeek® multistate event series, is pleased to announce the addition of Bill E. Schroeder as National Account Manager. Schroeder will be working with sponsors and advertisers for the AQS family of brands. He is the third generation of the ...
  • Lori Kennedy Keeps Us In Line with a Design Tip Have you seen the regular feature in AQ magazine, “In Line with Lori Kennedy”? In every issue, Lori guides you step by step through free motion designs that are so cute and so FUN that you can’t help but try them, even if you’re not a free-motion quilter. Take a chance; you might find a new quilting path to travel! Lori ...
  • Make Big Quilts More Easily! Discover Ann Holmes’ technique for “Making Big Quilts in Manageable Units,” from the January 2015 issue of American Quilter. By assembling your large quilts in units, you can manage even the biggest quilts of your dreams! Achieve beautifully joined quilts with no hand sewing needed. Click HERE for the article! Make this the year you truly widen ...
  • Free Pattern: WINTER WHITE by Rose Hughes Rose Hughes says, “The trees fascinated me with their skeleton-like presence against a sky that seldom was truly bright…Cardinals added color with their bits of red zipping in and out among those stark trees.” Both of these things inspired WINTER WHITE, the beautiful winter wallhanging featured today. Click here for the WINTER WHITE pattern. Find out more ...
  • Free Pattern: Notched Edge Finish Try this creative edge for an unusual finishing touch on any quilt. Darlene Zimmerman shows you how to mark and stitch the notched edge finish that looks especially good on art deco and masculine quilts! Click HERE to learn the Notched Edge Finish!
  • Digital AQ is Available Now! American Quilter (AQ) magazine is better than ever! AQ is now available as an enhanced digital version for iOS devices (like iPhone and iPad). Other formats are coming soon! How to get it? Download the new American Quilter app from the iTunes App Store as you do with any app on your device. The new version contains ...
  • Free Pattern: MIDNIGHT DREAMS Marjorie Rhine designed MIDNIGHT DREAMS to make use of the variable colors that are often natural to batiks. What a fine way to achieve a coordinated-fabric appearance with individual yardage! The pattern includes fabric requirements and cutting directions for that method as well as for traditional fabrics. Either way, you’ll find that the instructions for this ...
  • Free: Fern Quilting Pattern Do you have ferns in your yard or on your porch? If they haven’t wilted from the heat of summer, they may be growing healthily in wide green strands out of the pot or across the patio. This week’s quilting pattern, designed by Regina Carter, is like that! Take this fern design and enlarge or shrink ...
  • Video: VARIEGATED by Paige Alexander Enjoy AQ Editor-in-Chief Michele Duffy’s conversation with Paige Alexander of South Carolina, Honorable Mention award winner in Wall Quilts/Modern at AQS QuiltWeek – Charlotte, North Carolina 2014. Paige explains the creative process and the challenges she faced while making her unique quilt, VARIEGATED. Paige is a member of Modern Quilt Guild, and her inspiration was the ...
  • Free Pattern: KIRUTO by Scott Murkin This pieced quilt is a unique example of tessellating. The block design is visually obscured, and a subtle illusion of curves is created. Although the version shown is done in Japanese and Japanese-style prints, it will look equally fabulous when made from your stash favorites or in any combination of fabrics with light and dark values. Designed ...

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