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American Quilter's Society
PO Box 3290
Paducah, KY 42002-3290

Toll-free (for orders only, please):
Phone: 270-898-7903
Fax: 270-898-1173

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5801 Kentucky Dam Road Paducah, KY 42003-9323

AQ Magazine Patterns

Embellished Tablet Tote by Shelley Scott-Tobisch

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Shelley Scott-Tobisch
Shelley was introduced to quiltmaking in 1986 and began teaching three years later. Her sewing passions are precision piecing, quilting, and contemporary embellishment, and she is a fully qualified Bernina sewing machine technician. Shelley says: “Once my students gain a clear understanding of their sewing machine—choosing the right needle, thread, and machine foot for the job at hand—they are free to focus on the process of creating beautiful works of art.”


Other Patterns

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  • Turn your edge-ruched flower and bud into a wallhanging.
  • Did you fall in love with the letter A from the July 2014 issue? If so, allow me to introduce you to letters B, C, and D!
  • Are you ready to try bobbin work? If you'd like to make Kathie's Create wallhanging, download the templates for the letters, flowers, and border design directly to your computer for easy printing.
  • AQS author Dr. Joyce Mori offers you a free project with Native American designs from her book, Quilting Designs from Native American Pottery (AQS).
  • The color choices for Lindsey Rhodes' Clementine pattern are seemingly endless.
  • More continuous-line animals are waiting to join SophistoCat. You will find templates and patterns for a Pink Elephant block and a Tigress block just as easy to finish.
  • Design your own stamp to create a one-of-a-kind quilt.
  • Create a beautiful bluebird with this technique.
  • An alternate coloration for a boy version of this quilt.
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