Wednesday September 17th 2014

Posts Tagged ‘embellishment’

Annemart Berendse – AQS Author

Annemart Berendse – AQS Author

We are very pleased that Annemart Berendse is on our list of authors. Read this short bio to get to know Annemart, then take a step in the right direction with her book, Decorate Your Shoes! Create One-of-a-Kind Footwear. Receiving a mother-in-law who had quilting as her [Read More]

Sunbonnet Sue Winners–aahh, that’s better

Sunbonnet Sue Winners–aahh, that’s better

Here they are, the finalists in Ricky Tims’s Sunbonnet Sue block contest. Top 4 winners will be in Ricky’s feature article in the upcoming August 2012 issue of TQL. The theme of that issue is Hot! and Ricky’s saying that Sunbonnet Sue is still hot in the [Read More]

Make this one for you

Make this one for you

I’m always glad to see an email in my inbox from See How We Sew, letting me know that there’s a new post. It’s always a feast for the eyes. One of TQL’s frequent contributors, the very creative Jennifer Rounds, is part of this collective blog. In [Read More]

Embellishment Obsession

Embellishment Obsession

Janet Stone says she absolutely has to embellish her quilts! But how does she make her embellishments an absolutely integral part of her quilt and not look like an afterthought? “I truly think about the embellishments and I guess it’s just intuitive as to when [Read More]

Meeting the Alchemist

Meeting the Alchemist

We magazine folk are always excited to meet a kindred spirit – someone who shares our passion for letters! When we saw Janet Stone’s Alphabet Alchemy, TQL’s October centerfold, we just had to get to know her better! Janet immediately confessed that she’s always had [Read More]

Send in the Clowns!

Send in the Clowns!

Clowns on Parade by Cathy Wiggins has just arrived– what a bright, cheery book! It’s a natural for clown lovers and collectors, and the machine applique and embellishment instruction is great for quilters of any skill level. In addition to a large, bed-size [Read More]

Inchie Quilts Are in the House!

Inchie Quilts Are in the House!

What started as a “just between friends” trading card-like pasttime has been turned into a hot new quilting trend. Leading the way is AQS author Nadine Ruggles with her book, Inchie Quilts. Inchie quilts really are just that – tiny, one-inch square quilts. [Read More]

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Free Pattern: Betty’s Twist & Turn

Free Pattern: Betty’s Twist & Turn

Here’s a design from Helen Squire’s book, Quilting Designs for Sashing, Blocks & Borders. It’s a [Read More]

Linda Baxter Lasco Authors Red, White & Quilted!

Linda Baxter Lasco Authors Red, White & Quilted!

Linda Baxter Lasco is a fourth-generation, award-winning quilter. As senior editor at the American Quilter’s [Read More]

Tuesday Night Friends are Just Winging It

Take a look at the delightful art quilts made by the Tuesday Night Friends from Ann Arbor, Michigan, as Bonnie Browning [Read More]

Dress a Graduate–It’s Elementary!

by Justin Ward for WDBJ7 July 28, 2014 MARTINSVILLE, Va. Martinsville group sews confidence with every stitch in [Read More]

Get Your Game On at Des Moines!

(Note: the number of jelly roll strips has changed.) What would be more fun than making some new quilting friends and [Read More]

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