So, inthe company added their English subscription. A third language the magazine is printed in is Dutch. Simply Vintage is a quarterly magazine printed in French and English, that launched in
Don't miss this opportunity to meet and hear from top quilt personalities as they share their personal experiences, artistic inspirations, techniques, and amazing quilts. Lecture Schedule Lectures are provided on a first come, first served basis and times are subject to change. I began my quilting career in North Carolina 35 years ago.
The teachers and lecturers who are listed here have expertise in one or more areas dealing with quilts and quilt history. Each with the love of quilts and quilting, and the desire to share their knowledge with others. Listings are submitted by the teachers themselves and are sorted into categories based on their general geographic area.
Would you like to learn more about your antique quilt? Kris Driessen is a quilt historian and teacher who offers lectures and workshops on vintage quilts as well as classes and workshops on new quilts. Classes focus on easy and creative sewing methods. Kris's lectures and workshops feature quilts from her own collection.
It's been a great mail day today! What a treat it is to see all the lovely pictures they have taken of my quilt. I love the way they display the quilts, the Today's Quilter Magazine is so full of beautiful quilts and patterns, great information and tutorials.
As an appraiser certified by the American Quilter's Society, I will try to answer the query regarding "What is my quilt worth? First, condition not age is the most important consideration before trying to place a value on a quilt. An old quilt can be poorly quilted for utilitarian purposes, for example.
Vintage and antique quilts serve as handsome decorating pieces, particularly in older or historical homes. If you've found or purchased a quilt, you may want to know when or where it was made. It's tough to accurately date a quilt unless you're an antiques appraiser, but by looking for a few clues, you can deduce its general age.
Hello and happy Monday! While the temperatures are still in the uncomfortable 's here Hello and happy Saturday!
I made my first quilt when I was 18 years old. It was a simple patchwork made with fabrics left from clothing I had made myself. This was long before rotary cutters and all the tools we have today, so I […].
This is the only block this month and though it looks quite complicated it does break down into 4 manageable sections with a little bit of applique detail to finish. Number 38 is another excellent issue with stunning quilts from Alice Garrett of Alice Caroline and the most beautiful rose bud design by Nicola Dodds of Cake Stand Quilts. Plus an article about my fellow Edinburgh quilting teacher Pat Archibald! And even more of a challenge was finding the accompanying inspiration photos and a vintage shop that had one for sale!