Thursday March 19th 2015

‘AQS Publishing’ Archives

Lori Kennedy Keeps Us In Line with a Design Tip

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 [Read More]

Make Big Quilts More Easily!

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 [Read More]

Free Pattern: WINTER WHITE by Rose Hughes

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, [Read More]

Free Pattern: Notched Edge Finish

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! [Read More]

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 [Read More]

Free Pattern: MIDNIGHT DREAMS

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 [Read More]

Free: Fern Quilting Pattern

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 [Read More]

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 [Read More]

Free Pattern: KIRUTO by Scott Murkin

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 [Read More]

Free Pattern: STARS IN THE GARDEN

Free Pattern: STARS IN THE GARDEN

Bring your blooming garden inside! Pam Bono’s STARS IN THE GARDEN pattern for place mats and a table topper combines fusible appliqué with no-template piecing. That means quick construction, and a touch of hand embroidery adds finesse! Click HERE for complete pattern [Read More]

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