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Blush is another stunning award-winning quilt from Cindy. It is a whole cloth quilt (60" x 60") and won...

  • Road to California 2017, “Best Domestic Machine Quilting”
  • Minnesota Quilt Show 2017, “Best Domestic Machine Quilting”
  • Houston International Quilt Festival 2016, Finalist
  • AQS Show Spring Paducah 2017, Finalist

Watch Cindy in Show 2603.

BlushbyCindySeitzKrug - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

BlushbyCindySeitzKrug - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

BlushbyCindySeitzKrug - 289 Pieces Non-Rotating

BlushbyCindySeitzKrug - 36 Pieces Rotating

BlushbyCindySeitzKrug - 100 Pieces Rotating

BlushbyCindySeitzKrug - 289 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis

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Blush is another stunning award-winning quilt from Cindy. It is a whole cloth quilt (60" x 60") and won...

  • Road to California 2017, “Best Domestic Machine Quilting”
  • Minnesota Quilt Show 2017, “Best Domestic Machine Quilting”
  • Houston International Quilt Festival 2016, Finalist
  • AQS Show Spring Paducah 2017, Finalist

Watch Cindy in Show 2603.

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis

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Today we continue our selection of quilts recently displayed at the Spring Paducah 2019 show featured as part of The 14th Quilt Nihon Exhibition. The exhibit is described as:

"Organized by the Japan Handicraft Instructors' Association, the Quilt Nihon Exhibition is one of the most prestigious international quilt contests in Japan. The exhibit features 42 quilts from the "Innovative Traditional" category, which will later be exhibited at the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art."

Please enjoy the thirty-fifth quilt from the exhibition by Takeko Sato.

Title of Quilt: Many Cherries in the Garden

Quilter's Name: Takeko Sato

Dimensions: 90" x 76"

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Bath Balloon Fiesta, a quilt by Miyuki Humphries, is smaller than the lovely Blue Ribbon hanging next to it. You'll want to ride in one of these teeny, tiny hot air balloons.

Bath Balloon Fiesta won First Place, Miniature, Art at the Houston International Quilt Festival 2019.

 

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Do you have a special quilt at home? Would you like to know how museum professionals handle and store quilts? DAR Museum staff will walk you through the steps to best care for your quilt so that future generations can enjoy it just as much as you do. For the acid-free materials that they reference in the video, try sources like: University Products (https://www.universityproducts.com/), Gaylord Archival, (https://www.gaylord.com/), and many more. Try an internet search that includes the terms "archival", "acid free", and "museum".

The DAR Museum is free and open to the public Monday - Saturday (except holidays). It is located in Washington, D.C. between the White House and the National Mall. 

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The International Great Quilt Festival is immense in so many ways—inspiration, excellence, and delight. What Patrcia Belyea of Okan Arts shares with you is just the tip of the needle of what’s displayed in the vast Tokyo Dome.

Patricia will be coming to TQS in 2020. Stay Tuned.

Click here to read Patricia's article and see more quilts.

Shigeko Sato, 2nd Place:

 

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It's fast, easy, just what you need and Free for Everyone

Sharon Schamber shows you 6 Basic Stipples in this 35 minute video in our WATCH>FEATURED GUEST DVD section. So, pull up your machine in front of the TV and learn the 6 stipples and practice them during the game. This is how you can become a Super Quilter.

In this DVD tutorial, Sharon teaches how to create free motion stipples. You will quickly be able to add texture and depth in your quilts. Featured Stipples include: Serpentine (aka: puzzle, meander); Pebble (aka: circle); Echoed Teardrop; Wavy Grid; Bubble in a Bubble; and Wood Grain.

(Then join us and get all the other DVD classes streamed anytime you want. It's part of your Star Membership. Plus, Capt'n John is making more stamp sets while watching the Super Bowl.) The button will take you to the DVD page so you can see all the lessons. Just scroll down to Sharon's video and open it up. It is Free through Super Bowl Sunday.                                                    

        

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Cindy's quilt, A Splendid Display, has won its share of awards. It's not hard to see why:

  • AQS Phoenix 2014: Honorable Mention, Traditional Large
  • MQX East 2014: 2nd Place, Solo Artist
  • Quilt Odyssey: Best Machine Quilting (Home Sewing Machine)
  • AQS Chattanooga 2014: Best Traditional Quilt
  • NQA Columbus, 1st Place, Pieced, Large Quilts
  • Arizona Quilt Guild State Show 2015, Best of Show
  • Houston Quilt Festival 2015: 3rd Place, Pieced Quilts
  • Quilt Expo Wisconsin 2016, 1st Place, Pieced Large

Learn more about Cindy and her quilts in Show 2603.

ASplendidDisplaybyCindySeitzKrug - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

ASplendidDisplaybyCindySeitzKrug - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

ASplendidDisplaybyCindySeitzKrug - 289 Pieces Non-Rotating

ASplendidDisplaybyCindySeitzKrug - 36 Pieces Rotating

ASplendidDisplaybyCindySeitzKrug - 100 Pieces Rotating

ASplendidDisplaybyCindySeitzKrug - 289 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis

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Cindy's quilt, A Splendid Display, has won its share of awards. It's not hard to see why:

  • AQS Phoenix 2014: Honorable Mention, Traditional Large
  • MQX East 2014: 2nd Place, Solo Artist
  • Quilt Odyssey: Best Machine Quilting (Home Sewing Machine)
  • AQS Chattanooga 2014: Best Traditional Quilt
  • NQA Columbus, 1st Place, Pieced, Large Quilts
  • Arizona Quilt Guild State Show 2015, Best of Show
  • Houston Quilt Festival 2015: 3rd Place, Pieced Quilts
  • Quilt Expo Wisconsin 2016, 1st Place, Pieced Large

Learn more about Cindy and her quilts in Show 2603.

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis

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Have you been following Ann Myhre's West Coast journey in her Airstream trailer? (Click here for Part 1: Lil Airstream.)  Each week of her journey she'll be sharing a small project and now for Part 2 from Ann:

"Here is a little bit of my journey this week where I melted wax, recorded the frogs, went winery hopping and boon docking on their vineyards. The latter part of the video I show how to make these colorpods out of old cardboard yarn holders and toilet paper rolls. I Don't throw anything away! hehe. Thanks for coming along on my journey. On to Mendocino today as per Alex Anderson who says it is non-negotiable!"



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