Tuesday September 2nd 2014

Posts Tagged ‘orange peel’

New – Jacob’s Ladder: New Quilts from an Old Favorite

New – Jacob’s Ladder: New Quilts from an Old Favorite

Take a peek inside the creative process of 20 talented quilters and see how their original designs evolved! The National Quilt Museum’s annual New Quilts from an Old Favorite contest continues to bring out the best in creativity from today’s talented [Read More]

A Perennial Favorite Returns

A Perennial Favorite Returns

The results of the 2010 New Quilts from an Old Favorite contest from The National Quilt Museum are now available in book form. This venerable old block received some thoroughly modern treatment in the hands of talented quilters from across the country. The 18 finalists [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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