Tuesday September 2nd 2014

‘American Quilter’ Archives

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]

Free Pattern: BOLD & BRIGHT

Free Pattern: BOLD & BRIGHT

Create BOLD & BRIGHT, a 16″ x 16″ art quilt by Dr. Joyce Mori! It was featured in American Quilter in May 2014. Although the colors on this mixed-media art quilt are intense and modern, the appliqué designs are Native American motifs. Other motifs can be [Read More]

Free Pattern – Log House Block

Free Pattern – Log House Block

There’s no better time than summer to build a new house. A Log House block or quilt, that is! Today’s free pattern is a large block (22½” x 12½”) that appeared in a circa 1880s quilt. A few templates are needed, but most pieces can be rotary cut. Find the [Read More]

Save Your Online American Quilter Magazines NOW.

Save Your Online American Quilter Magazines NOW.

American Quilter magazine is better than ever! I am excited to announce that the online version of American Quilter will become an enhanced digital version within a few weeks. Watch for the roll out of our new digital app, which will be available SOON on iOS devices like [Read More]

Free Pattern: TRAIL TO PADUCAH

Free Pattern: TRAIL TO PADUCAH

This year’s QuiltWeek event in Paducah was a delightful experience and is now a sweet memory! We were so happy to see all who attended. Here’s a THANK YOU treat! Enjoy this free quilt pattern, TRAIL TO PADUCAH, which will finish at about 79″ x 79″. [Read More]

Meet Teri Henderson Tope

Meet Teri Henderson Tope

Teri Henderson Tope is a lifelong sewist who tried every medium available (that many of us find familiar) when she was young, from sewing clothes for her Barbie® dolls on an old Singer sewing machine to making macramé plant hangers, and from 4-H projects to the most [Read More]

Free Pattern – Garden Party

Free Pattern – Garden Party

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 [Read More]

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FREE Block Pattern: Rainbow

FREE Block Pattern: Rainbow

Join four RainbowBlocks to make a fun, foundation paper pieced 12″ square that makes great use of rainbow-color [Read More]

Chilly Challenge

On a blazing-hot Wednesday afternoon in Paducah, KY, several staff members represented the American Quilter’s Society [Read More]

Enter Now! 2015 May Be Your Year!

Enter Now! 2015 May Be Your Year!

AQS Quilt Contest Coordinator Andrea Ray is pleased to announce that we are now accepting quilt contest entries for AQS [Read More]

Free Janome Pattern: JUMPING JACKS Quilt

Free Janome Pattern: JUMPING JACKS Quilt

It may look like a work out, but these jumping jacks are easily made with wedges! Kaye Wood shows how to quilt this [Read More]

“Dew”dles in the Grass at Chattanooga

“Dew”dles in the Grass at Chattanooga

We received the following note from Alexa Lett, a member of an art community of Chattanooga, Tennessee that is housed [Read More]

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