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As always, Quilt Market had the latest and greatest products, fabrics, books and patterns the quilting industry has to offer.
Recently, Quilt talked to Sharon Holland, who designed “Carousel,” the cover quilt for the August/September issue of Quilt magazine.
Volunteers from the Quilts of Honor organization have collaborated on “Freedom is Not Free,” a quilt honoring veterans and active soldiers and their sacrifices.
Do you love digging through your stash to find the perfect pieces to make a block? We’re looking for volunteers to participate in a Fabric Stash quilt-along.
Spring naturally brightens my quilting mood, making me think of warm sunny colors that mimic those outside – the buttery yellow of the daffodils, the warm pinks and peaches of the azaleas, the rosy reds of the camellias, even the periwinkle blues of vinca.
Recently, Quilt talked to Jackie Kunkel, who designed “Island Breeze,” the cover quilt for the June-July issue of Quilt magazine.
When designing a quilt for Quilt Magazine, it sometimes is planned for a while and sometimes on the spur of the moment. My most recent design for Quilt Magazine, I had made quite a while ago and couldn’t wait to get started.
It’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for! Bigger than the Academy Awards, the Super Bowl and the Dancing with the Stars finale, all rolled into one!
Today is the day! You’ve voted with us for the last two weeks as we’ve narrowed a list of some of Quilt magazine’s favorite projects down to the final two. Thank you for sharing your votes—it’s been truly fun to see which projects you love!
Thanks to a great week of voting, our projects have been narrowed down to eight favorites from the last year. Now it’s time to help propel your favorite(s) to the…drumroll please…Quilt Final Four!
Recently, Quilt talked to Deeanne Quill, who designed “Retro Picnic”, the cover quilt for the spring issue of Simple Quilts & Sewing magazine.
In NW Montana I’m not quite certain it really IS Spring. Not only have we had a weird weather winter, as it moved into March, the weirdness seemed to increase.
Each time you like/comment, we’ll enter your name in a drawing to win a free copy of the new Spring/Summer issue of Simple Quilts & Sewing, so be sure to check back each day and get your vote in!
It’s time for a Quilt magazine bracket! Nominate a Quilt, Simple Quilts & Sewing or Quilt Almanac pattern for the bracket. We’ll read all the entries and set up our own mini bracket to crown the favorite pattern from the last year.
Recently, Quilt talked to Mari Martin, who designed “Dutch Tulips”, the cover quilt for the April/May 2012 issue.
I can’t quite let the cat out of the hat — yet, though coming soon is my new collection of fabrics with Benartex, as well as new patterns, including a BOM, and a special design in Quilt Magazine!
It is no secret that I love fabric. Actually, I think I would be safe to say that most quilters love fabric and gather most of their inspiration from the fabrics that make their hearts sing. Among the fabrics that I love you will find bright, bold, unusual, and fun fabrics. But one type of […]
Meet Karl McDaniel. He recreated this Vortex quilt, featured in our Last Stitch, June/July 2011 issue in less than 6 months. Pretty impressive, huh?