Tuesday June 16th 2015

Posts Tagged ‘quilt pattern’

Ho ho ho

Ho ho ho

Last year right around this time, Jennifer Rounds decided she wanted something new for her Christmas dinner table. She jumped in with both feet and started a paper pieced, quilted Santa table runner. After Thanksgiving! Her friends thought she was nuts. But if you have read [Read More]

Bricks – a free (and easy) pattern!

Bricks – a free (and easy) pattern!

Click HERE for your FREE PATTERN! Bricks – you can stack them, build with them, and best of all, create with them! This versatile quilt design begins with a very easy pattern and ends with a quilt that is just your style. It can be scrappy or coordinated, boldly bright or [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]

Free Quilt Pattern – Dazzling Carsidium by JoAnn Belling

Free Quilt Pattern – Dazzling Carsidium by JoAnn Belling

JoAnn Belling created a completely imaginary flower for this pattern called the “Dazzling Carsidium.” This unusual flower has a dazzling beauty from spring until late fall, never losing its brilliance. The Carsidium is made from strips of nine different fabrics [Read More]

Free Tiffany Bluebird Quilt Pattern

Free Tiffany Bluebird Quilt Pattern

If you love the look of stained glass and would like to try quilting with silk charmeuse, this lovely pattern will have your heart soaring and your fingers sewing. This quilt, designed by Lauri C. Martin, has the look of a piece of Tiffany glass and will look beautiful in [Read More]

Men and the Art of Quiltmaking

Men and the Art of Quiltmaking

Long before Europeans colonized America and brought quilting as a textile tradition with them, men were the professional quiltmakers, not women. So begins Joe Cunningham’s new book, Men and the Art of Quiltmaking.  AQS is honored to be the publisher for this [Read More]

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Quilt Judge Scott Merkin: Making Choices

Certified Quilt Judge Scott Merkin discusses the quilt judging process with AQS Executive Show Director Bonnie [Read More]

Double Prize Winner in 2015: It’s Easy as ABC for Janet Stone!

Double Prize Winner in 2015: It’s Easy as ABC for Janet Stone!

Quilter Janet Stone is on a mission to create 26 alphabet-oriented quilts and she’s halfway through! This one, A [Read More]

Famous Photo Becomes a Quilt: Hard Times

Famous Photo Becomes a Quilt: Hard Times

If you are familiar with the famous photo “The Migrant Mother” taken by Dorothea Lange, you’ll be doubly [Read More]

Gee’s Bend Quiltmakers Honored

Gee’s Bend Quiltmakers Honored

Three quilters from Boykin, Alabama (Gee’s Bend) have been awarded the 2015 National Heritage Fellowship, the [Read More]

AQS Summer Facebook Scavenger Hunt

AQS Summer Facebook Scavenger Hunt

Let the Hunt Begin! Join the fun! See how many quilty things you can find on ShopAQS.com and win prizes, too! Six weeks [Read More]

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