Saturday March 21st 2015

Posts Tagged ‘April TQL’

Crazy

Crazy

Every so often there’s a quilt that is so spectacular, and so complex, that I find myself wishing that each and every one of you could see it up close in person. “His Majesty-the Tree,” in the April TQL, is one of those quilts. If you’ve read Dana Jones’ article, [Read More]

Hug (Yellow)

Hug (Yellow)

Bet you smiled when you read Jennifer Rounds’s story about making a quilt that her college-bound son might actually permit her to give him (“Invisible Hug” in the April TQL). She shares the pattern as well, and you just may want to make one of these quilts for someone [Read More]

Something old, something interesting

Something old, something interesting

If you’ve read the newest (April) issue of TQL, you know about the old quilt I bought at the antiques mall. Barbara Brackman’s Encyclopedia of Pieced Quilt Patterns showed a pattern sort of, but not quite, like the block in my quilt, and called it Crossroads. That still [Read More]

Are you starstruck?

Are you starstruck?

I know I was when I saw Laura Fisher’s antique quilt–the one we’re featuring in the April TQL. (See the detail shot at the bottom of this post). Laura doesn’t know much about the provenance–only that she bought it from the estate of a woman in California who [Read More]

Recently Added

American Quilter’s Society Welcomes Third Generation of Founding Family

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 [Read More]

From the Land of Enchantment, a Video Quilt Show

From the Land of Enchantment, a Video Quilt Show

Grab a cup of coffee or tea, get comfortable, and enjoy a video quilt show! Gail Garber gives a personal tour of her [Read More]

FREE PATTERN: Lightning Zig-Zag

FREE PATTERN: Lightning Zig-Zag

Here’s a cute quilt that can be made from colorful stash fabrics plus solids, or combine white charm squares with [Read More]

Meet the Author: Kathleen Shea

Meet the Author: Kathleen Shea

Kathleen Shea learned to sew as a child, about the same time that she discovered the wonder of the PEANUTS® [Read More]

Paducah’s Renaissance

Paducah’s Renaissance

Dynamic. Vital. Flourishing! Paducah, Kentucky has undergone a renaissance. With museums, galleries, and thriving art [Read More]

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