Friday July 31st 2015

Posts Tagged ‘Paducah’

Contest Deadline for QuiltWeek™ in Paducah Approaching

Did you include entering a major quilt contest on your “quilting” bucket list? If you answered “YES,” then there’s no reason why the AQS QuiltWeek™ – Paducah contest in April 2013 can’t be the one for you. More than $120,000 in [Read More]

Meet Bonnie Browning – AQS Show Director

Take a walk with AQS  Show Director, Bonnie Browning as she shows you what it’s like to coordinate the Paducah Quilt Show & Contest. This is a video from a few years back, so those of you who have attended the Paducah show may notice something in the video that [Read More]

50% OFF – Calendars for Quilters

50% OFF – Calendars for Quilters

2013 has barely begun and there is a lot of time left to be scheduled. You can purchase our AQS calendars for 50% off and start saving and scheduling! Quilt Art 2013 Engagement Calendar The Quilt Art Engagement Calendar will take you to your own personal quilt show every [Read More]

A Quilt for Grandpa West by Tim Langlitz

A Quilt for Grandpa West by Tim Langlitz

It may sound cliché but quilting really does bring souls together. I began working for the American Quilter’s Society at the end of 2010. Although I knew much about the business of quilting, I was woefully unable to create anything that would earn as much as a “B-“ [Read More]

Job Opportunities at AQS

Job Opportunities at AQS

AQS is growing! Would you like to grow with us? Take a look at the job postings that we currently have available here in Quilt City USA, Paducah, Kentucky. The American Quilter’s Society is the publisher of quilting books and two quilting magazines,  American Quilter [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]

Video of Author’s Roundtable at the AQS 2012 Paducah Quilt Show

Join the Author’s Roundtable with Andi Reynolds at the 2012 AQS Paducah Quilt Show and learn from the authors about publishing a book with AQS! [Read More]

Meet Ann W. Hazelwood

Meet Ann W. Hazelwood

Ann W.  Hazelwood, the author of the new AQS fiction book The Basement Quilt, began her quilting career in 1970 by producing a line of patchwork items called “Patches, etc.” In 1979, her home-based business became brick and mortar on Main Street in Historic St. [Read More]

Marti Michell – All-Star Review – Paducah 2012

Watch Marti Michell, teacher, author, designer, and quilter extraordinaire as she lectures at the Paducah 2012 All-Star Review. You’ll pick up some quilting tips, learn  how to use some tools, and see some of Marti’s techniques. Marti is sure to bring a smile [Read More]

Spilled the beans in Paducah

Spilled the beans in Paducah

I’ve got a quilt in Paducah this year! Not in the contest, though, but I’m still excited. My quilt is Stockholm Star, and it’s in the TQL booth. I’m putting the cart before the horse a little, telling you now, because it may still be a few days before you can get [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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