Three Centuries of Red and White Quilts

So many Red and White Quilts – just stunning. 

Last month, the Folk Art Museum in New York City hosted the event, Infinite Variety, So many Red and White quilts.  The pictures are stunning.  If you have not yet had the opportunity to see the quilts, check out the Folk Art Museum exhibitions, “past exhibitions“, truly an enjoyable website.  You can also visit Miss Rosie’s March 11th Blog post, What’s red and white and quilty all over?   Miss Rosie actually attended the exhibit and has a wonderful article and links to see many of the red and white quilts displayed at the museum.  

So many new projects!

We’ve added a new section to our Blog, we thought our readers might enjoy knowing what our favorite tools are when it comes to quilting.  Check out “The Employee’s Favorites” page to learn the behind the scene secrets and meet our staff.

I love our front table; it’s where “What’s new” is always found.  Right now we are featuring “Fabricframes” by Aardvark Quilts, using the new line from Anna Griffin, “Fifi and Fido”.  Look for a kit, coming soon!    You will also find some beautiful hand-dyes, the new line from French General, “Pom Pom de Paris”, Sherbet Pips, and Spring Street…looks so “spring-y”.

Wouldn’t you love to live in this neighborhood, peddling around on your bicycle, watching the flowers bloom and the birds chirping in the trees?  This cute new quilt was pieced and quilted by our own Peggy Nason.  Spring Street Kit coming soon!