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Gift 4 Him

“Ultimate Guide of How to Remove Stains From Clothes”

Red-Dog Enterprises

Digital Printing Services, Retreat Services and Workshops

Meki Couture

Meki Couture – custom made designer gowns – bridal & formal

Howlin’ Dog Creations

Creating professionally crafted, custom sewn products for home and professional interior & exterior environments.
Howlin’ Dog Creations works with individuals and & interior design professionals providing
* Professional sewing services
* Decor coordination
* Shopping services
* Custom fabrication & workroom services

The Quilting Board

The quilting message board (a forum). It contains thousands of posts by other quilters. A true wealth of information on quilting. Thousands of pictures of finished quilts and work in progress. It’s a great place to learn and exchange ideas.

The Cottage Quilter

The Cottage Quilter is a different kind of machine quilting service, offering not only edge-to-edge quilting, but various forms of heirloom quilting techniques as well. We don’t limit your choices to what a computerized machine can do. We achieve some insight about you, the creator, and then implement your intentions of the piece to produce a truly original work of art.

TRUE CREATIONS

TRUE CREATIONS is a professional, computerized longarm quilting service, located in upstate New York. Using a GAMMILL STATLER STITCHER LONGARM QUILTING MACHINE to execute the quilting, we finish your quilt tops with both unprecedented precision and quality.

Jane Ellen B

Jane Ellen B
Jane Ellen B brings to Rochester the finest art apparel found throughout the country. From fine jewlery to elegant hand dyed handsewn fabrics, you’ll always find something unique for both body and soul.

Priscilla Kibbee

Priscilla Kibbee Wearable Art Designer, Teacher

Betty Ting Creations

Betty Ting is an expert dressmaker who can create custom patterns interpreting from sketches, photos, vintage clothes, or an old favorite dress. Please visit her website to view a portfolio of dresses from her past projects. Client comments and references are also available on her website.

JILL BATES FASHION DESIGN AND SEWING

As a professional seamstress and fashion designer, Jill Bates has worked in custom wedding alterations and design for over 30 years. Aside from her high quality work and attention to detail, it is important to her that the wedding day preparations are fun and stress-free. From the first fitting to packing the bridal bag, each bride is given special attention, so that she may feel as beautiful as she is, inside and out.

Gensesee Valley Quilt Club

The Gensesee Valley Quilt Club was founded in 1936, and is the oldest continuously meeting club in the United States. The GVQC meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month at the Temple B’rith Kodesh at 2131 Elmwood Avenue from 9:30 am – 1:30 pm September thru May and in June we have a pot-luck picnic at a location to be announced.

Marcus Brothers

Headquartered in New York City, Marcus Brothers Textiles is a leading converter and importer of innovative craft, quilting and apparel-related products.

For over 90 years, we have developed textile products with a dual emphasis on creativity and high quality. The company has been family owned and operated since it was formed in 1906 by the six founding Marcus brothers. It was their desire to provide quality, distinctive and well-crafted fabrics at fair, affordable prices.

Zachary Bear

Bring us your photos and we will put them on fabric. We copy your photos and heat press them to your fabric. We return your photos unharmed.

HP quilting.

Great site for the technology inclined. Contains:
Projects & ideas – Get free printable patterns, artwork, fabrics and more.
Articles & how-to’s – Get step-by-step guides for quilting with HP tools.
Events & Insights – Talk to other quilters, share advice and learn about upcoming events.

The Quilter’s Depot

The Cottonwood Quilts Newsletter is just GREAT!. Sign up now

Quilting at About.com: free quilt patterns resources quilter tips free forum chat clip art how to sew patchwork. … FREE Trial Issue of McCall’s Quilting! …

The Irondequoit Quilt Club was founded in 1979 by a small group of women who originally took a Monroe County Cooperative Extension course. The club is open to all quilt lovers of all degrees, from the non-quilters who appreciate the art of quiltmaking to the most advanced quiltmakers.

Carol Taylor’s web site. Carol is a local quilt artist, and instructor at Patricias’ Fabric House.

Quilting.com is your gateway to wide world of quilting. Quilt By Number is your one stop quilting shop.

Welcome to McCall’s Quilting’s Web site. Preview the current issue and enjoy free quilt patterns, blocks, and much more. Current … Description: Quilting magazine home page. Provides back issues, instructions, quilt blocks, lessons, list of guilds,…

We also include information in every issue for quilters who have moved beyond the basics and want new and inspiring ideas about how to set their blocks into a quilt, new ways to make their favorite blocks, and exciting borders that are easy to make but add just the perfect finishing touch.

Quilting Arts covers a wide range of skills, includes exceptional how-to articles, answers readers’ questions, features guest teachers and artists, and explores contemporary textile works, surface design, embellishments, and motifs.

Official site of the american quilters society

Quilting Blocks Care / Preservation History Instructions Quilt Block Of The Month Shows / Collections Special Occasions Tips / Techniques Tools / Equipment Other

American quilting history articles, book reviews and Internet directory. Information for students and teachers

Group of quilters who love to meet new people, share tips and patterns, and swap quilt blocks and fabric. We are part of a wonderful mailing list community.

Quilts, Quilters, Quilting, and Patchwork in Fiction; a bibliography of books suggested by quilters on Internet Listservs and Usenet Newsgroups.

Quilting Today. 15 years and going strong—America’s Most Informative and Versatile Quilt Magazine.

World Wide Quilting Page – offers patterns, instructions, regional information, and more.

Virtual Quilt, The – electronic newsletter for computing quilters. News and reviews of quilting on the internet, software, profiles of quilters and more.

QuiltSwappers.com – enter swap rooms to find other quilters interested in swapping fabric.

Quiltmaker Magazine – tips, techniques & patterns for today’s quilters. Features include projects, lessons, and instructions for all interest levels and abilities from our print publication.

QuiltersWeb – free foundation and paper piecing patterns. Home of The Foundation Piecer: The Pattern Journal for Quilters Who Love Foundation Piecing.

Quilter’s Review – tips and reviews of products, resources, books, and a weekly newsletter.

Quilter Magazine Online, The – features projects, message board/forum, current issue overview/back issues, quilting basics, reader’s exchange, and more.

Free Motion Graphics & Quilting – virtual quilt gallery, free graphics and border sets.

Free Quilt Patterns – directory of sites that offer patterns.

Lost Quilt – provides a place to display and view lost or stolen quilts and gives information on protecting your quilts.

Nifty Fifty Seven – US state block exchange project. Also includes information on making on a quilt for breast cancer research.

Quilt Channel, The – a comprehensive resource guide to quilting on the web. Includes a quilting search engine, ability to submit sites, and a category index.

Quiltart, the Internet’s largest mailing list for contemporary art quilters, was established in 1995 as a means for those interested in innovative, contemporary art quilting to share, learn and grow.

The first internet connection for exploring quilting and quilting links on the web.

Quilting Articles : quilt techniques, free quilting patterns, free quilt blocks, mystery quilts, free quilt designs by Susan Druding.

Sewing and Quilting Newsletter, Sewing Project of the Month, Quilted Square of the Month, Catalog of sewing needs.

Free Quilt patterns, quilt blocks and quilting techniques. Machine Quilting and Applique. New Quilt Books, too.

Monthly online articles discuss topics from color selection, construction, to quilting itself.

Quilting with Children Inspiration & Ideas for teachers and parents

Quilting Lessons by QUILT Magazine Let’s Quilt. Quilting Lessons. Tips and Tricks. Accurate Piecing With Freezer Paper – Stitching help with freezer paper. Bow Ties

we’ve redesigned our web site – adding a new tool tutorial (see the Easy Tri-Mate tutorial), product information, and handy quilting tips for you.

Comprehensive index to the best quilt sites on the Web! Start and end your search for quilting and fabric information at QuiltsQuiltsQuilts.com!