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  • The Non-Slip Rotary Cutting Ruler!

    The Non-Slip Rotary Cutting Ruler!

    What is the #1 complaint about quilting rulers, whether in the hands of a beginning or accomplished quilter? Slippage. Watch as John Brady shows why quilters won’t need to “walk” their hands along his ruler when using a rotary cutter. This rotary cutter also has an adjustable bar, which sets your measurement and frees you

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  • Catch the American Spirit and Win a Dream Trip!

    Catch the American Spirit and Win a Dream Trip!

    To promote their American Spirit Batting, Fairfield is running a fabulous contest. Your quilt can be one of twelve that appear in the 2013 “Catch the American Spirit” Calendar. The Grand Prize winner will win a trip to Houston for International Quilt Festival in 2012 and will have their quilt shown on the calendar cover.

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  • Quilt Shopping Spree

    Quilt Shopping Spree

      This 72” square design wall is easily attached to a wall enabling you to layout and arrange your quilt blocks and see your quilt come to life. Even better, it is portable! Use the design wall in class and then simply roll it up, take it home, and put it back up in your

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  • Make a 16″ Quilt and Win a Handi Quilter in the “Home is Where the Heart Is” Contest!

    Make a 16″ Quilt and Win a Handi Quilter in the “Home is Where the Heart Is” Contest!

    You read that right! You can win a Handi Quilter machine, model of your choice, simply by making the winning 16″ square quilt. Not only do you have a chnace to win big, but you’re also doing good by donating your entry as an online auction fundraiser to support the mission of AAQ which is

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  • Tame Your Stash with Fabric Organizers

    Tame Your Stash with Fabric Organizers

    Watch the video! When you rummage through your stash to start a project, do you end up with a mess to clean up before you can start sewing? The solution is Fabric Organizers. Simply wrap your fabrics on these clever gizmos and store them on shelves or in large containers. Your fabrics will be easy

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  • Moving Video: This is an Annual Report?

      Since when does an annual report start with these words: “…when a woman is gone, even if the quilt remians anonymous, we know someone was there. We know that person was there. And a quilt is the last aspect of her life to survive.” This video presents the mission of the Alliance for Ameircan

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  • Learn Thread Painting Techniques on “Quilting Celebrations”

    Learn Thread Painting Techniques on “Quilting Celebrations”

    On this episode let’s spend some time learning about embellishing with thread. Patrick’s guest is Eric Drexler from Sulky of America. In the first segment, Eric shows Patrick lots of wonderful pieces that he’s created using Sulky threads to embellish fabric prints and create treasures. The pieces are beautifully painted with thread and you won’t

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  • New Exhibit at the National Quilt Museum “Quilt Journeys: Three Quilters”

    New Exhibit at the National Quilt Museum “Quilt Journeys: Three Quilters”

      PADUCAH, KY, December 2, 2011 – The National Quilt Museum is pleased to announce the opening of its new exhibit,Quilt Journeys: Three Quilters on December 9, 2011. The exhibit follows the artistic journey of three internationally recognized fiber artists: Doreen Speckmann, Diane Gaudynski, and Dorris McManis. Speckman was one of the first artists to

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  • A Day at Keepsake Quilting on Quilt Out Loud!

    A Day at Keepsake Quilting on Quilt Out Loud!

    What better place to be for Christmas than the place with the most goodies for quilters? Jodie and Mark are at Keepsake Quilting, America’s favorite quilt shop, located in Center Harbor, New Hampshire. The shop is huge and boasts over 13,000 bolts of fabric and best of all, Christmas is up all year. Deb Comeau

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  • Quilt Borders Easily With Linda Thielfoldt!

    Quilt Borders Easily With Linda Thielfoldt!

        Linda Thielfoldt of The Quilted Goose shows how to easily quilt borders. When working with borders think of motifs as blocks that can be connected rather than entire border designs. Stippling ties the border “blocks” together. Linda has developed several rulers for borders that are drawn around rather than sewn around available through

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  • Your Choice: Learn to Finish Applique by Hand and Machine on “Quilting Celebrations”

    Your Choice: Learn to Finish Applique by Hand and Machine on “Quilting Celebrations”

       It’s November, already, and that means it’s time to be getting into high gear and making some progress on your handmade holiday decorations and gift projects. This month we’re focusing on the finishing details of one of the projects Patrick designed for the Fall/Winter 2011 issue of Quilting Celebrations magazine. In segment one, Sharron

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  • One for Me…

    One for Me…

    One for you…. How many years has it been that I’ve given my Dad a free subscription to a home brewing magazine? The offer arrives at holiday time every year. So I get a subscription and my Dad gets one too? That’s a no-brainer! Well, quilters aren’t left out of the fun. Fons and Porter’s

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  • Paper Piecing With Carol Doak and Jodie on “Quilt Out Loud!”

    Paper Piecing With Carol Doak and Jodie on “Quilt Out Loud!”

    Jodie joins Carol Doak in her studio for a sewing session. They work on a simple heart design block with just seven pieces. The design is printed on Carol’s foundation paper that goes through any home printer. Then it’s back to Al’s Seafood for Jodie and Mark’s book review including some of Carol’s books, and

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  • Learn to Chain Piece on Quilty!

    Learn to Chain Piece on Quilty!

      More and more of our Quilty viewers and fans are suggesting awesome show ideas. We’ve decided to call these episodes, “Fan-tastic,” because they’re suggested by fans and yep — they’re fantastic! If you’ve ever wondered exactly what “chain piecing” means when you’re making a quilt, wonder no more. Mary explains and demonstrates what quilters

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  • Color Your Quilts With Judy Lyon on Quilt It! The Longarm Quilting Show

    Color Your Quilts With Judy Lyon on Quilt It! The Longarm Quilting Show

    In this segment Judy Lyon adds the secret ingredients of Culture and Discovery to quilts. She shows quilts that commemorate special trips using stitch patterns that complement the piecing or applique design. She sometimes paints the design after stitching using paintstix or acrylic inks. It’s like coloring in a coloring book and oh so easy.

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  • Cotton Pickin’ Time!

    Cotton Pickin’ Time!

    This spring I started maybe eight cotton plants from seed saved from last year and placed them in a flower border, my only nod to gardening at my new place what with all the construction and unpacking that’s been going on. Shoot! I didn’t get a good picture! This was right at first frost time.

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  • Mark Lipinski Door Knocks Carol Doak on “Quilt Out Loud!”

    Mark Lipinski Door Knocks Carol Doak on “Quilt Out Loud!”

    Captain Mark Lipinski crosses Lake Millville in Salem, New Hampshire in a pontoon boat for his surprise door knock at quilting icon Carol Doak’s home. The queen of paper piecing, Carol’s has taught hundreds if not thousands of quilters this technique through her teaching and books. Meet her up close and personal! Watch Quilt Out

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  • Cutest Thing at International Quilt Market!

    Cutest Thing at International Quilt Market!

    Tell me these aren’t the cutest little things?! The detail is great, and they wind up! What makes them so outstanding though is the quality of the felt. Sun Felt.  Trouble is, I am in contact with the distributor but can’t seem to find out where to get the kits or the felt. Will keep at it…

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  • Pictorial Quilting Designs with Judy Lyon

    Pictorial Quilting Designs with Judy Lyon

    Judy designs both pantographs-a repeated pattern-and pictograms, which have no repeats over the entire pattern. These are very pictorial quilting designs and often show up best on solid or plain fabrics. Judy points out the secret ingredients of Adventure and Fascination in quilt after beautiful quilt and shows how a simple quilt can be embellished

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  • Quilting in New Hampshire!

    Quilting in New Hampshire!

    Its fall in New England and what better thing to do than enjoy a bowl of the best-ever clam chowder. Jodie and Mark chow down at Al’s Seafood in North Hampton, New Hampshire and Mark discovers that clam chowder is really, really good. Watch Quilt Out Loud!

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