The majestic Grand Central Terminal in NYC is one of the most-visited tourist attractions in the world. The City Quilter designed four fabrics to commemorate the 100th anniversary of one of the world’s most beautiful buildings and co-organized a national quilt-making challenge, Grand Central Centennial Quilts.
Wrap Them in Love is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing love, warmth and comfort to children all over the world in the form of handmade blankets. See how you can sew to serve children in need along with Wrap Them in Love!
What an exciting weekend at SewDown Portland! Nearly eight inches of snow fell on the city, effectively keeping us “snowed-in” at The Nines Hotel. We didn’t care – we were there to SEW!
Have you ever taken part in a quilt challenge? Here are entries made by four different artists – Georgia Bonesteel, Connie Brown, Janice Maddox, and Judy Simmons – for a pipes and piping-themed challenge.
Kerby Smith photographed Georgia Bonesteel’s “Pipes” quilt at a recent BERNINA Ambassador retreat, which prompted this post on attributes of a successful “art quilt.”
Have you ever wondered how to sew perfect 1/8″- and 1/4″-wide seams? Quilt artist Teri Lucas shares some insight on the tools she uses to achieve perfectly-sized seam allowances.
Read about the design and quilting of Renae Allen’s “Quartro Decennie” quilt – a beautiful wholecloth quilt with exquisite hearts, feathers, and fills.