Thursday December 31st 2015

Posts Tagged ‘folk art’

You Did What In The Ditch?

You Did What In The Ditch?

Arguably, the American quilt is the quintessential example of folk art. And beyond argument, quilting is crucial to the study of the history of American women. Like all folk art, quilting established a defined culture with tangible traditions. You Did What In The Ditch? [Read More]

Funky four blocks are back in my quilt life.

Funky four blocks are back in my quilt life.

It had been a while since I’d thought about four-block appliqué quilts–specifically, the funky, folky kind. But when Laura Fisher showed us the red, cheddar, and green floral four-block appliqué we showcased in “Flowering Abstraction” in the August issue, I was [Read More]

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Finish Your Forest Friends Scene

Finish Your Forest Friends Scene

Make a home for your six Forest Friends (see below for links) with these background elements. Make the scene your own [Read More]

AQS Countdown to Christmas Quilt

AQS Countdown to Christmas Quilt

Let’s Count Down to Christmas with 25 blocks designed for template handwork. Steal quiet moments throughout the [Read More]

The QuiltWeek Year in Review 2015

The QuiltWeek Year in Review 2015

Quilters and friends, thank you for a year of fun and fabulous quilts! Grab a cup of tea and relax in a comfy chair. [Read More]

So MANY Free Patterns!

So MANY Free Patterns!

When you sign up for the AQS e-newsletter, OnPoint, a world of free patterns is at your fingertips! Every week, quality [Read More]

Colorful Escape: A Gift for You!

Colorful Escape: A Gift for You!

The AQS Design Team has incredible talent, including the artists who designed these coloring pages just for you. Some [Read More]

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