Tuesday September 2nd 2014

Posts Tagged ‘The Sanitary Commession’

The War of the States – Quilts & Fabrics

The War of the States – Quilts & Fabrics

Quiltmaking was wildly popular during the US Civil War (1861-1865.) However, most of the quilts crafted during this period were not made for the use of the quiltmaker but as contributions to the soldiers in the field and those wounded in hospitals. The Sanitary Commission, [Read More]

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Free: Fern Quilting Pattern

Free: Fern Quilting Pattern

Do you have ferns in your yard or on your porch? If they haven’t wilted from the heat of summer, they may be [Read More]

From Wow to Pow! A Handi Quilter Trapunto Lesson

From Wow to Pow with Trapunto: There’s no denying it — the beautiful depth and dimension created by trapunto [Read More]

Video: VARIEGATED by Paige Alexander

Enjoy AQ Editor-in-Chief Michele Duffy’s conversation with Paige Alexander of South Carolina, Honorable Mention [Read More]

The Quilt Life: The Final Issue

The Quilt Life: The Final Issue

The American Quilter’s Society has made the very difficult decision to cease publishing The Quilt Life magazine after [Read More]

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