As an April Fool's prank last week we asked people if they would like to win the opportunity to have Alex or Ricky finish their UFO. In the process, we asked a few questions about their projects. Take a look at some of their answers.
Every now and then you just need a good joke to brighten up your day. And since today is Sunday Funday, we thought you'd enjoy this doozy of a quilting joke. Read on for the laughs ahead!
Marijke Vroomen Durning has written an article indicating that quilting is good for your health, helps you stay connected, and provides purpose. But, of course, you knew that already, right? (Quilts by Marijke Vroomen Durning | Credit: Compliments of Marijke Vroomen Durning)
Lori Kennedy wants you to get over your fear of ruining your quilt with machine quilting. She highlights six ways to ruin a quilt and follows up with ways to avoid that ruination. I think we all want to avoid...
"A new algorithm automates the notoriously complicated—and often frustrating—process of figuring out the order of steps in advanced quilting patterns." How does it do it? Read on to find out! (Photo Credit: Mackenzie Leake)
"Vivian Tumelson is an 87-year-old quilt maker who lives in Blanchard, Oklahoma. She’s been making quilts her whole life, but since retiring in 1989, making quilts has become something of a full-time job."
"Quilters have a lot of fabric. That is a natural consequence of the hobby, but why? There are many cheeky comments online about “hoarding disorders”, but that is not the real reason. The real reasons we have so much fabric are varied."