We’re delving into the wonderful world of Baltimore Album quilts in our next issue – look out for our Old Traditions, New Twists feature in issue 50. To celebrate, we chat to Leslie Levy (who has our dream job, working at the International Quilt Study Center & Museum in Nebraska) about the museum’s collection and reveal a preview of some of the amazing Baltimore Album… Continue reading
We’re lucky enough to be based in South West England here at TQ towers, and it’s not often internatational quilting superstars jet into town. So we’re a bit excited at the recent launch of the new Kaffe Fassett exhibition at the American Museum of Britian in nearby Bath.
We caught up with three groups this month who have taken their inspiration from the 1718 Silk Patchwork Coverlet in our souvenir supplement. Here we share one group’s quilts in more detail in this online gallery.
The exhibition area of Quilt Market is a treat that Today’s Quilter always enjoys after all the hard work is finished. By this time, we’re usually tired and just getting over the jetlag while anticipating fresh jetlag on the way home! However, the quilts are a true tonic for weariness and elicit such a strong… Continue reading
The annual Festival of Quilts is one of our busiest times here on team TQ, and we absolutely love it! Now we’re home and have recovered from four days of total quilt immersion, we’ve rounded up our favourite bits about this year’s show for those of you who missed it…
It’s official. We’re smitten. We’ve long been fans of the three-dimensional, curved beauty of Cathedral Window quilts, but now we’re stepping it up a notch. We’ve put together a free supplement that’s dedicated to mastering the art of Cathedral Windows (get it free with issue 18 of Today’s Quilter). So while we’re in the mood for a… Continue reading