Dale of The City Quilter sent me this section of the current NY City Subway Map so I could share it here. With a million copies of the map due out this week, think of the people who will hear …
GenQ is getting the word out about a quilt-y event happening in an unusual, yet spectacular location – the Grand Central Terminal in New York City. All this arty wall decor is to help celebrate the terminal’s centennial. Teri has …
This psychedelic-style pinwheel quilt is so much fun to look at and according to its maker, Geta, quick and easy to make. She uses a raw edge applique technique for the top and quilts the layers together with invisible thread. …
Frieda Anderson of Frie Style admits she’s fascinated with hearts. She explains,
I created this Valentine Hearts art quilt to celebrate my love of LOVE.
And being the generous teacher – hailing from the Chicago School of Fusing – she’s …
The International Quilt Association (IQA) announces the 2013 Winners in Quilts: A World of Beauty, sponsored by Handi Quilter®. Taking the top prize of $10,000 is Melissa Sobotka of Richardson, Texas for her quilt, Chihuly’s Gondola. It’s a work …
“Not so grey Autumn” by Bozena Wojtaszek. Love! Bozena made this art quilt for a client, so it has a happy home. You gotta visit her Etsy shop Bozena Wojtaszek: Textile Art for your Home, so worth the trip.…
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Leanne of She Can Quilt (well, yes she can) made this small art quilt, she calls Cycles. Her color scheme calms while her matchstick quilting provides movement. Just lovely. Go HERE to see more photos plus get a link to …
Art quilt, Pearl Forever Fabulous is a guild challenge entry by Joy Crowe. She explains the design is from a John Sands Art Deco card. Visit Template Free, the blog of The Quilters’ Guild of NSW, to see all …
She shares her process for making mosaics here.
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Michèle-Renée of Quilt Matters made this quilted stamp to celebrate Canada Day (today). It’s part of the Stamp On It blog hop at Sew We Quilt. Go HERE to see more photos of her quilt, two beside the Rideau …
Quilts are notoriously difficult to photograph, yet we quilters understand we should at least document the quilts we make. Maria Elkins thinks anyone can learn to take just good enough photos right at home. Go HERE to learn more.…
Diana of Red Delicious Life has a great tip for hanging small quilts on the wall that keeps them flatteringly flat. It means a walk through several aisles in alocal home improvement store. Get the know-how.
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