This is the first of a series of articles that will appear
in this blog addressed to emerging art quilters who are ready to move from
hobbyist to more serious artist. It
isn’t hard … if you know the ropes.
Maybe you have been making art quilts for a while and are
ready to start entering juried shows. [...]
FINISHED QUILT: 65 1/2˝ × 84˝ (166 cm × 216 cm) FINISHED BLOCK: 16 1/2˝ × 16 1/2˝ (42 cm × 42 cm)
Color makes us happy. Contemporary fabrics today are full of exciting color. To make it work, balance bright, saturated colors with earthy, more tonal fabrics. Color Works is an opportunity to combine all [...]
We loved reading this interview with Shelly Pagliai, author of A Simple Life, and we're sure you will too! If you're looking for even more of this talented author, take a look at her upcoming trunk shows and workshops right here.
Where do you find your quilting or sewing inspiration?
Everywhere! I live on a farm out in the [...]
We’ve all been told the importance of documenting basic
information on our quilts by using labels. Depending on who you ask, you will
get a variety of answers as to what specific information you should include.
Beyond who made the quilt, the date, and location, it’s really up to the
quilter to decide what should be included.
I like to [...]
When you think about choosing colors for your next quilt, are you
energized or intimidated? Choosing colors is one of my favorite parts of the
quilting process ,and I’d like to share a few thoughts on what works for me.
There are three primary colors: red, blue, and yellow. Combining these
colors gives you what are known as secondary [...]
Welcome to the New York Beauties & Flying Geese blog tour kickoff! My name is Carl Hentsch, and I'd like to tell you a little bit about my quilting journey. My
interest in crafting started at a very young age. I began my first craft project at the age of
six. My first niece was about [...]
Diane D. Knott is the author of the popular book Scrap Quilt Secrets. We sat her down for an interview and got her to spill the beans on her inspiration, her number one quilting tip, and more.Where do you find your quilting or sewing inspiration?Everywhere, all the time! I see quilt patterns or block designs every [...]
Boy, have we got a fun surprise for you! Kirstyn Cogan, the super-talented author behind Urban Scandinavian Sewing, cooked up an absolutely adorable project, the Bunny Hug Mug Warmer above. It's a perfect springtime update on the classic mug warmers in her book.
How do you get this super cute project, you might be asking? Well, you [...]