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  • We're moving...

    Just a quickie to tell you that the Quilter's Home blog, Life = Creativity, has moved to a new home. Now we're at http://www.quiltershomemag.com/blogs/ . Why are we moving to a new location? All in search of greater functionality so we can stir up more fun for you, Q-bies! It'll have a great new look, faster connections with the Quilter's
    Posted to   (Weblog) by QuiltersHome on Wed, Apr 27 2011
  • Get ready to rumble...TGIFF again!

    We believe in Fridays! It's our fave part of the week, with those luscious weekend hours stretching out ahead, some full of fun and some temptingly empty. And it's also the day we dig into our bag o' quilty fun for a Freebie to pass out. Well, this Friday we'll be giving away a tower of Moda's Dragonfly Summer by Holly Taylor . Think
    Posted to   (Weblog) by QuiltersHome on Wed, Apr 27 2011
  • TGIFF

    Nope, that's not a typo. Today we start the weekend fun with a Friday Freebie , a weekly gift from Quilter's Home to you. Now, our Friday Freebies might be anything from fun quilt patterns to great recipes to cool projects...but they're all FREE, and the links will ONLY be announced here on our blog or on our Facebook page. (Another reason
    Posted to   (Weblog) by QuiltersHome on Fri, Apr 22 2011
  • Stripping with Eleanor

    I got to watch Eleanor Burns strip Saturday. Yep, the great Ms. Burns put on quite a show for those of us attending the Young Piecemakers Quilt Guild on Saturday, April 9, in Corona, California. We'll be featuring more about this incredible guild whose members are all kids in an upcoming issue of Quilter's Home , but I just had to share with
    Posted to   (Weblog) by QuiltersHome on Mon, Apr 11 2011
  • Blankets for Babies

    The fabric was really flying at Hip Stitch fabric boutique and sewing lounge in Albuquerque, New Mexico, this past weekend! Saturday, March 19, was National Quilting Day , of course, and stitchers from Project Linus Albuquerque and the Albuquerque Modern Quilt Guild came together in the back room at Hip Stitch to sew blankets for Project Linus. (A worthy
    Posted to   (Weblog) by QuiltersHome on Tue, Mar 22 2011
  • Quilting 911

    Hey, Q-bies! Today's guest blogger is Scott Hansen of Blue Nickel Studios . Read all about his adventures designing a quilt with the inaugural Ty Pennington's Impressions collection. And for a glimpse of the man himself snuggled in Scott's new creation (on the beach in Florida, probably barefoot, ready to kick back...don't you wish you
    Posted to   (Weblog) by QuiltersHome on Tue, Mar 15 2011
  • Healing art

    My brother Peter is a year younger than me and lives in Fairbanks, Alaska. On Feb. 3 he was involved in a horrible car accident. He was entering the local highway, lost control of his car on a turn and sailed through a guardrail. He went airborne, hit a light pole and then fell 30 feet down an embankment next to the Chena River, which runs through the
    Posted to   (Weblog) by QuiltersHome on Tue, Mar 8 2011
  • Something to talk about

    An art quilt with naughty bits captured the spotlight at the Mid-Atlantic Quilt Show in Hampton, Virginia late last month, sparking debate about what's proper (or not) to render in bits of cloth and patchwork and hang in a public venue. Here's a picture of the quilt, as posted on the website of WAVY TV 10, a Portsmouth, Virginia, television
    Posted to   (Weblog) by QuiltersHome on Tue, Mar 1 2011
  • FREE e-book on Modern Quilting

    Just for you, Q-bies...a FREE e-book about Modern Quilting! Plus, three great patterns exploring the best of this fun, fast, bold style of quilt design. Just follow the link and the directions to sign up for your very own downloadable copy. The e-book's patterns showcase some of the best, including designers Scott Hansen, Elizabeth Hartman and Modern
    Posted to   (Weblog) by QuiltersHome on Mon, Jan 31 2011
  • Ty-ing one on

    So, have we mentioned that the life of a magazine editor is hard? There's the planning, the deadlines, the unexpected problems, the complaints and the budget (oh, the constant budget), which is constantly never enough. Yep, woe is we, we say. Then again, there is nothing cooler in the world then getting paid to do what we do! And that has never
    Posted to   (Weblog) by QuiltersHome on Thu, Jan 20 2011
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