peek into the notebook of Danielle Kroll, a designer for Anthropologie. Inspiration on every page!
Monday, July 27, 2015
Thursday, July 23, 2015
|Riley Blake Fabric Challenge Deadline is July 31!|
to quilt, bind and finish your piece for the fabric challenge, because
time is running out. Here's what you need to do to enter:
Monday, July 20, 2015
Tuesday, July 14, 2015
This looks like a great webinar hosted by the MQG!
|Wedge Quilts Go Modern!|
beyond the dresden! Modern quilting is ready for some wedge magic. Join
Christina Cameli for an inspiring webinar designed to get you as
excited about wedge quilts as she is. See how one simple shape gives you
potential for unending dynamic quilt designs. Learn how to choose the
right wedge and get tips for designing, cutting, piecing and finishing.
Christina has prepared the tools you'll need to start your own wedge
quilt adventure and will share them during the webinar.|
Monday, July 13, 2015
Wednesday, July 8, 2015
Grab your glove, hat and a quilt and join us for the July meeting at the T-Bones game! Sunday, July 19th we will gather on the lawn (bring your family and a quilt to sit on) and spend the evening watching America's favorite pastime. The game starts at . Lawn tickets are $6.50 if you buy them ahead of time, $7.50 at the gate. Outside food and drink are not allowed in the stadium, but the park has concession stands. You can purchase tickets for the game here. We hope to see you all there!
Monday, July 6, 2015
Sunday, July 5, 2015
EZ Quilting is sponsoring the QuiltCon 2016 Triangle Quilt Challenge.
This year’s challenge is to create a quilt using one of the EZ Quilting Triangle Templates designed by Darlene Zimmerman. These templates make it easy to create intricate designs from your scraps. Challenge participants can sign up to get a free ruler or pick up their own template at simplicity.com.
Once again, we have many more members than templates, so they will go quickly. We will send the registration link to members via email on Tuesday, July 7 at 10 a.m. Eastern, 7 a.m. Pacific.
Learn more about the challenge at quiltconwest.com/quilt-show/
Thursday, July 2, 2015
your quilt is ready now (or will be in a few months) — but QuiltCon
entries are now open! Quilts will be juried into the show and may be
either shown for exhibit only, or entered into competition and judged.
Please read the rules carefully before filling out the online entry form.
CategoriesYou’re welcome to enter as many quilts as you would like in the show, but choose the category that best fits your work. If it fits in more than one, consider what you think is the strongest aspect of your quilt. This year’s categories include:
Awards and PrizesOver $15,000 in prizes will be awarded to winners in each category, including a $5,000 prize for Best in Show, $1,000 for People’s Choice and $1,000 for the Freespirit Quilting Excellence Award. View all the awards at quiltcon.com.
New this year! We now have two machine quilting awards with a $1,000 prize for each:
Fees$30 per entry for up to three quilts — you may enter as many quilts as you would like. We accept Visa, MasterCard and PayPal at the time of entry.
How to Enter
Want Insider Knowledge?Listen to our June webinar on the judging and jurying process and gain insights from Stevii Graves, Jacquie Gering, Shannon Page and Heather Grant.