Saturday August 1st 2015

Posts Tagged ‘AQS Publishing’

To Market, To Market…

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, [Read More]

Meet AQS Author Leanne Anderson

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 [Read More]

The Final Step: Binding Decisions

The Final Step: Binding Decisions

Binding. It’s the last step when quiltmaking. Some of us love it, some hate it, and some just do it and get it over with. Many of the greatest UFOs are lying there with their raw edges exposed. Isn’t that sad? All that hard work deserves a great finish that’s as [Read More]

The Iron Giveaway Winner is…

Francine Lee! Francine, from New York, was excited to hear that she’s the winner of the Reliable Iron offered in the American Quilter giveaway in last week’s OnPoint and on Facebook. We received 3,937 entries and learned a lot about your “first project of 2014”! The [Read More]

It’s HERE! Judi Madsen’s New Book

It’s HERE! Judi Madsen’s New Book

When we read Judi Madsen’s December 3, 2013, Green Fairy Quilts blog, we couldn’t help but share it! The blog was written the day after her book, Quilting Wide Open Spaces (AQS Publishing) arrived at her home. She’s so excited. We are, too, Judi! [Read More]

Free Brilliant Cut Pattern and Hand-Piecing Video

Free Brilliant Cut Pattern and Hand-Piecing Video

Piecing a complex block with set-in seams and pivots is often easier to accomplish by hand than by machine. Candy Goff’s 16″ Brilliant Cut block is complete with templates, cutting requirements, and hand-piecing hints. You’ll enjoy the relaxing art of [Read More]

A Thank You Note from Meredith Schroeder

A Thank You Note from Meredith Schroeder

Thank you so much for your generous donations to the Libby Lehman Medical Fund auction. Through your help, we were able to raise $13,480 plus another $331 in cash donations. I know this industry has the greatest people and once again you have proven that. We hope you will [Read More]

Send a Comfort Quilt to Oklahoma

Send a Comfort Quilt to Oklahoma

Our hearts ache for the families in Moore, Oklahoma, suffering through the aftereffects of the horrific tornado. So now we go to work doing what we, as quilters, do best—quilting. Sharon Crozier informed the American Quilter’s Society that Ellen Medlock of the Ellen [Read More]

Seeking Quilt Book Editor

Position Available: Quilt Book Editor The American Quilter’s Society seeks an editor for how-to quilt books. This full-time position is located in Paducah, Kentucky. A cover letter and resume should demonstrate how-to quilt editing experience, skills in quilt pattern [Read More]

Meet the Staff – Jan Magee

Meet the Staff – Jan Magee

Jan Magee is the Editor-In-Chief of The Quilt Life  magazine. Since starting her first quilt and her career in publishing in the early 1970s, Jan has enjoyed seeing both industries grow and evolve along with technology and the Internet. Her publishing experience includes [Read More]

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Bonnie Browning shows how to make a decorative pillow to fit any pillow form with no zipper. What’s different? She [Read More]

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Over 700 Quilts at Grand Rapids QuiltWeek in 2015!

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Enjoy this peek at the Special Exhibits that are coming to QuiltWeek in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on August 12-15, 2015. [Read More]

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What fun, tears, and drama we’ve read since Ann Hazelwood wrote her first Colebridge Community book, The Basement [Read More]

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The simplest explanation of appliqué is to place one layer of fabric over another larger piece, and sew it in place. [Read More]

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