Inspiring Quilters, Stitch by Stitch
It's that time of year again! Sign ups for Secret Santa 2020 are open until March 31, 2020. Sign up right away so in you join in the fun from the start! We had a lot of fun last year with Kathy's "impossible missions". Kathy will be back with some…Continue
i would appreciate your permission to enter my quilt in Paducah. I used your pattern for Susquehanna Compass. I saved the pattern from Quilters Newsletter years ago and finally did it. I love it. ThanksContinue
My first quilts I used scissors and templates, it turned out fine, yet still I would like to make this process a bit quicker and that's why I'd like to ask you about rotary cutters. I came across it…Continue
Don't miss the 2020 Paducah Awards Presentation!
Have quilts you need to bind? Gather your friends and start a binding club!
Enter your Baltimore Album quilt today!
Use a clipboard or nine to get organized in your quilting space. We asked our quilting friends what they'd put on their clipboard wall.
It's the second week of Royal Star Quilt Along 2020 from AQS! We're cutting our fabric and making units for the first quilt: Royal Star.
How is it already 2020?! We are back at work and wanted to share a couple odds and ends tips from around the studio. In this video we demonstrate replacing a label that took on dye in the wash including how to print a mirror image from your computer! Ann also shows you her favorite quilting tool she discovered this year. Oh! and it's a good time to change your rotary blades before you begin your 2020 projects. For more info visit annholmesstudios.com…Continue
This is a quilt with a history and not all of it is happy, just like life, right? I started making it in summer of 2018 as a wedding gift for my German AFS foreign exchange son, Atilla and his bride. They were married in 2016 and my husband and I were so lucky to be with them in Germany on their special day. As is usually my habit, the wedding quilt gets…Continue
As you may remember from my last post, two of the quilts I made and gave to my mother were presumably lost in her household move from Oceanside, CA to Robinson, IL. I am happy to report that "The Old Man's Log Cabin" (shown above) has been located. Apparently the quilts were not in the same box but in two separate boxes and one was with their household…Continue