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The Morning Star Quilt: The Brightest Star of the Dawning Day

The Morning Star Quilt: The Brightest Star of the Dawning Day
In Teresa Duryea Wong’s article, ‘American Indians and the Adaptation of the Morning Star Quilt,’ she explains, “Star imagery has been an important part of Native American cultures for centuries.

Do You Mini?

Do You Mini?
Right now, some of the most fascinating reality television involves people who decide they want to simplify by downsizing to a tiny house. Watching...

What Do the Walls of your Home Say About You?

What Do the Walls of your Home Say About You?
What do your walls say about you? Do they reflect a love for stitching and fabric? Perhaps it goes without saying, but the way we decorate our home...

Today’s Modern Quilters: Bee Sewcial Sewing Bee

Today’s Modern Quilters: Bee Sewcial Sewing Bee
Quilting has long been a creative vehicle for women to gather together for friendship and community. In the 19th and 20th centuries, this manifested as a physical gathering. Today, though quilters still gather in person, the Internet has enabled quilters to meet and collaborate virtually.

Embrace the Learning Curve

Embrace the Learning Curve
Cheryl Arkison’s insightful article “Don’t Fear the Curve” reminds all of us who have settled into our own comfort zones that it’s time to break out!