Friday September 26th 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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Self-guided Tour of Public Art in Des Moines

Self-guided Tour of Public Art in Des Moines

Download Now! DSM Public Art App Picture this: You’re in Des Moines. You’re wandering the streets of downtown. You [Read More]

No-Stress Quilting Plans!

Golden Threads by Handi Quilter shares easy tips for auditioning a variety of quilting designs to create a quilting [Read More]

Free Pattern: Liberated String Medallion by Gwen Marston

Free Pattern: Liberated String Medallion by Gwen Marston

String quilts are, by their very nature, liberated quilts. Because there’s no set block pattern, every string quilt [Read More]

Best of Show Plus for Marilyn Badger!

High water in the Chattanooga area didn’t keep Marilyn Badger away. Marilyn was a big winner at AQS QuiltWeek – [Read More]

Seasonal Color: Leaves!

Seasonal Color: Leaves!

Here in Quilt City USA®, autumn is finally peeking around the corner and we love it. It’s all about [Read More]

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