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Linda Hahn introduces “New York Beauty Simplified”

Linda Hahn, designer of the “Block Buffet” online mystery quilt for American Quilter magazine introduces her book “New York Beauty Simplified.”     [Read More]

How to Measure for a Mitered Border

  Ann Seely, AQS author, shows how to measure multiple mitered borders so they sew together perfectly.   Click here for more information about Ann Seely and her book “I Can’t Believe It’s Not Piecing” that she co-authored with her sister Joyce Stewart. [Read More]

Alternate Edge Finishing

  AQS author Kathy Schmidt shows us how she finishes edges. Click here to find out more about Kathryn Schmidt and her book “Rule-Breaking Quilts.”     [Read More]

Submit an Article to “American Quilter” Magazine

Submit an Article to “American Quilter” Magazine

  The editors of American Quilter, the official publication of the American Quilter’s Society, are delighted to review any article or article proposal that entertains, educates, or enlightens our readers while helping them succeed with their quilting projects. If you [Read More]

WOW! “American Quilter” magazine January 2012

WOW! “American Quilter” magazine January 2012

  The January 2012 issue of American Quilter magazine is on the way to the printer! Click here for a quick peek at what awaits you inside. Cover quilt: Detail, “Graceful Dance,” by Janneke DeVries Bodzinga   [Read More]

Machine Quilting Thread Fun

  AQS author Sue Patten shows us a few tips on machine quilting. Books by Sue Patten: Adaptable Quilting Designs Quilting Possibilities…Freehand Filler Patterns     [Read More]

Ellen Ann Eddy’s fabric flowers

Ellen Anne Eddy shows us how to make fabric flowers out of unusual materials.   [Read More]

Kathy Schmidt – Rule-Breaking Quilts

  While visiting the Grandstand at the 2011 Des Moines AQS Quilt Show & Contest, Kathy Schmidt showed us some traditional and alternative quilt edging methods from her AQS book Rule-Breaking Quilts. Click here to order your copy of Rule-Breaking Quilts. Kathy [Read More]

How to Become an AQS Author

How to Become an AQS Author

The American Quilter’s Society is eager to receive manuscripts on exciting how-to topics related to all skill levels and all types of quilting. Although we are always open to new, exciting, original ideas or better ways of handling existing ideas and approaches, we do not [Read More]

Centering Designs in Prairie Points

  AQS instructor Penny Haren shows us how to center designs in prairie points.   [Read More]

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