Thursday February 27th 2014

Posts Tagged ‘The Quilt Life’

Men quilt 2

Men quilt 2

In last December’s “Life Online” feature we printed a letter from a quilter named Clifford Rininger. Cliff wondered about how finishing methods are judged in competition. It seemed to him that judges in his area were taking points off for any quilt that was not [Read More]

Opening night

Opening night

Last night I attended a widely anticipated event—the opening reception for MANifestations, an exhibit of quilts made by men at the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum in Golden, Colorado. What a party it was! RMQM has been showcasing the work of male quilters every other year [Read More]

Small wonder

Small wonder

This morning I stumbled across something very cool online, and I just have to share. Sarajane Helm is an artist and dollmaker who works in textiles and in polymer clay. Sarajane also has a quilt shop. Doesn’t it look like you could walk right in and start choosing fabric [Read More]

Teflon vs. what?

Teflon vs. what?

Recently AQS posted this tip on Facebook. “Parchment paper works every bit as well as a Teflon pressing sheet, and it cools off faster.” You made  lots of comments, and you wanted to know more. Here’s the story: Quilters who do fusible appliqué know that a Teflon [Read More]

Happy 2014

I am in a clean-out-closets-and-other piles kind of mood today. Maybe it’s the start of the new year. I’ve also been thinking about “Quilt Studio on the Move,” an article Carol Newby wrote for the February TQL. Carol is a veteran of many a household [Read More]

Quilts as Art

Quilts as Art

It’s always exciting when an art museum──not a quilt museum, but a major, mainstream art museum──decides to showcase the visual power of antique quilts. That’s why I’m very happy to tell you about “Quilts and Color: The Pilgrim/Roy Collection”, opening [Read More]

What’s On Your Christmas Wish List?

What’s On Your Christmas Wish List?

Have you made out your Christmas list? I know it always helps to drop a few hints here and there—or in some cases to make out a list. Here are some things you might want to add to your Christmas list or maybe get as gifts for your quilting friends: *An AQS [Read More]

Christmas Star Block Pattern

Christmas Star Block Pattern

Here’s a pattern for a Christmas star with a ribbon-like design. It will shine when you make it in dazzling reds and greens with a silver border! Thanks to The Quilt Life for sharing this holiday beauty from the December, 2013 issue! Click here for the Christmas Star [Read More]

Smile

Smile

Have you read the article about Nola Emerie yet? Long story short, one day Nola decided she was going to be a quilter. That was after she suffered a massive stroke. Although the stroke left Nola with very limited use of her right hand, it sure didn’t affect her [Read More]

Be Published – by AQS!

Be Published – by AQS!

You have an original, quilt-related idea. You’d love to see it published as an AQS book. Or you can imagine your latest project in print in American Quilter magazine –with your byline. We’d love to hear from you. It’s easier than you think to submit items for [Read More]

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