Tuesday March 31st 2015

Posts Tagged ‘Robert Kaufman Fabrics’

Giving back

Giving back

In the June 2012 issue of TQL, Michael Mrowka told the story of the Ganesa Study Center in Java, Indonesia—a free, public library that he and his partner, Debra Lunn, started. If you love batiks, those two names will ring a bell immediately. The pair has been working [Read More]

Stockholm Star: Step 5: Ready to start sewing

Stockholm Star: Step 5: Ready to start sewing

Confession time. Just in case you thought a quilt mag editor has all the latest and greatest new gadgets in her studio, here’s one of my secrets. Yes, I do have a lovely board that’s 14 inches square, covered with sandpaper, for arranging the patches for a block and [Read More]

Stockholm Star: Step 2: Making a paste-up

Stockholm Star: Step 2: Making a paste-up

Once again, I had to control myself. Though I was so excited to get started, I made a paste-up of two sections of the quilt. I’m glad I took this extra step because I quickly realized I couldn’t use all 10 fabrics, at least not in a quilt this size with fairly large [Read More]

Stockholm Star: Step 1: Fabric Selection

Stockholm Star: Step 1: Fabric Selection

Debra Lunn and Michael Mrowka’s quilt Artisan Star (the pattern in the June TQL that inspired Stockholm Star) is stunning. I knew right away I wanted to make the pattern, but I wanted to see how it would look in different fabrics. A line from Robert Kauffman caught my [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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CONGRATULATIONS SHARON KEELING!

CONGRATULATIONS SHARON KEELING!

Today, Sharon Keeling is celebrating her birthday and her wedding anniversary while bidding us farewell as she begins [Read More]

The Gala of the Unexpected Quilt Contest

The Gala of the Unexpected Quilt Contest

Historically, quilts had a cloth top and back, some form of batting in the middle, and were stitched together with [Read More]

Guild Honors Military With Quilts

Guild Honors Military With Quilts

(Photo Credit: Aaron Rosenblatt/Daily Republic) The words security and safety describe the efforts of US soldiers. [Read More]

Video: STARS ON MARS, Best of Show at Lancaster, 2015

Video: STARS ON MARS, Best of Show at Lancaster, 2015

Here’s a close-up look at the Best of Show quilt from the recent AQS QuiltWeek in Lancaster, Pennsylvania! STARS ON [Read More]

Two Tutorials: Easter Appliqué from BERNINA®!

Two Tutorials: Easter Appliqué from BERNINA®!

New from BERNINA®: Two adorable Easter projects! Are you hosting an Easter brunch or special springtime event? Make [Read More]

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