Quilt stories

Explore the fascinating world of quilt stories and designs. Uncover the rich history and intricate craftsmanship behind these beautiful works of art. Get inspired to create your own quilt masterpiece.
The Silly BooDilly: Story Fragments Quilts, Machine Quilting, Silly, Old Quilts, Hand Quilting, Small Quilts, Vintage Book, Stitch, Art Quilts

I've collected old found photos for years. I guess what appeals to me the most is their mystery. With no clue as to who these folks were, my imagination is sparked and I can fill in the story to my liking. I always feel a responsibility as well to these unknown faces... it makes me so sad that their family photos found their way into junk shops, flea markets, antique stores... discarded because no remaining family member wanted them or even remembered them? I want to honor these forgotten…

Doni Boyd
Why Quilters Should Ditch Stash Culture by HollyAnne Knight of String & Story Patchwork, Crafts, Ideas, Quilts, Quilt Tutorials, Quilting, Machine Quilting, Quilting Tips, Quilting Bloggers

I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve seen two things: quilters talking sheepishly about the size of their stash and quilters green with envy looking at someone else’s stash. I have a lot of thoughts about this, but it boils down to something simple: sheepishness and envy are not confidence, a

Mary Anne
Patchwork, Crafts, History Of Quilting, African American Quilts, African American Artist, African Quilts, Black History Month Art Lessons, Black History Month Art, Nancy Crow Quilts

In my journey to learn more about the history of quilting and fiber arts, I have discovered some incredible makers, artists, thinkers and leaders. A couple weeks ago we talked about one of our founding Quilt Mothers, Nancy Crow, Marti Michell, Rachel Clark and Judith Scott. Today, I bring you someone who is not justContinue Reading...

Bonnie Benacquista