If you are interested in the history and documentation of the quilting arts, I highly recommend you check out The Quilt Index based at Michigan State University. The Quilt Index is a project of the Michigan State University Museum, Matrix, and Quilt Alliance to preserve images and stories about quilt artists, quilts, and quilting activities and then to make this information searchable […]
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Newsletters and workshops from other regional guilds. Don’t forget to check out their sites for additional information: San Francisco Quilters Guild Click on News/Calendar to download the .pdf East Bay Heritage Quilters for their August Workshop and their Newsletter, “The Friendship Knot” Mt.Tam Quilt Guild for a workshop in September by Marcia Stein. San Jose […]
FIBERMAGGIE’S CLOSETSpring 2008 April/May/June Welcome to F I B E R M A G G I E ‘ S C L O S E T, an eclectic, oftenoverflowing resource made of threads and swatches of information for fiberart enthusiasts. FM’C is published quarterly by Joy-Lily to inform you andto announce my classes and workshops. Please […]
I found this interesting website while I was looking for a particular Quilt Block pattern. http://www.akronlibrary.org/DBS/QuiltWebSite/Default.aspx You just type in the block pattern in the search section, click on Submit, and the Database on this website finds the book that has the specific pattern! I don’t have a lot of the books mentioned, but I bet our […]
Walter Reed Army Medical Center officials want to remind those individuals who want to show their appreciation through mail to include packages, letters, and holiday cards addressed to ‘Any Wounded Soldier’ or ‘A Recovering American Soldier’ that Walter Reed cannot accept these packages in support of the decision by then Deputy Undersecretary of Defense […]
In recent weeks, I have been approached by several members of the guild in regards to questions about home quilting systems. I purchased one of the first home quilting systems in 2000. The table top "Superquilter". It, along with the Pennywinkle and HandiQuilter stand up frames were some of the first pioneers in home quilting systems that […]
Greetings Fellow Guild Members, I’ve mentioned to you in the past that I’ve joined the Marine ComfortQuilts Organization that puts together quilts for Gold Star Families(families who have had a son or daughter KIA). I’m desparately seeking 12 1/2" squares to send to Illinois. They can beof any design and need some tone on tone […]
The currant issue of the October 2007 Stitch n’ Times has been posted on the website. Save postage, save time! Jan Andrews, our great newsletter Editor has "scooped" all the latest guild and upcoming quilting news! Don’t miss out on the fun!
FYI: Did you know that in August there were 70,741 hits on this Website! Most popular place: The Blog Next most popular place: Show n’ Tell —following up with the newest page—– Friendship Blocks! Who are these people? :o) and how do they find us? Have you ever gone to Google Search and typed in "Quilt Guild […]
Judy Martin has written a new book! "Judy Martin’s Log Cabin Quilt Book"— She says: "Quilters have always enjoyed Log Cabins. Now you’ll love making Log Cabins your Grandma never imagined!" Expected publication date: Late October 2007. You can pre order at Judy’s website: www.judymartin.com –Maybe Sharon can get this book wholesale later on.