Paducah Quilt Show 2023 – Cotton Talks: Facilitating a Community Quilting Project for People with Disabilities in Tokyo, Japan, presented by the World Quilt Museum.
First Place Ribbon on the Road to California 2023, See How Carole Lyles Shaw Works on the Series, Making it Modern Love Quilt, Cotton Talks – Tagging and Logging Unknown Quilts, Limited Edition 14″ x 14″ QS Pink Tumbling Carpet , puzzles . It is full of quarters
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Aki Sakai’s Blue Tone II took a first place ribbon on the road to California 2023. This is Aki’s second quilt in her Blue Tone series. The first, Toni in Blue, won the Coats & Clark Best Wall Hand Workmanshipward at AQSQuiltWeek Paducah 2014 and was based on memories of her family and her favorite flowers. The second was inspired by more precious memories. She says, “The design of this quilt is based on my family memories like my 30th wedding anniversary and my favorite things. It took about a year and a half to make.”
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Our new show features Carole Lyles Shaw who discusses the benefits of working in series and how changes such as scale, color or shape can lead to a host of new and different ideas.
Learn from Carole by watching her series Learn How to Work with Afro Modern Fractured Disappearing 9-Patch with Carole Lyles Shaw.
It’s Wednesday in February, which means Valentine’s Day is just two weeks away. That’s a lot of time to make this modern Love of the Day quilt by Erika Mulvenna of WeAllSew.
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“This small tapestry has a retro feel with an 8-bit graphic style, inspired by Robert Indiana’s famous “LOVE” sculptures.
Make it for someone you love, for yourself, or as a decoration for that party you’re throwing. No matter the occasion, we just know you will
Centuries from now, when our quilts are gone and we are gone, we want future generations to know who made these quilts and why they are important to us. In this week’s Phone Talk, the Quilt Alliance sheds some light
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And the Know-It-Alls team of historians, Alden O’Brien, Lynne Bassett and Julie Silber, moderated by Meg Cox.
Add fun to your quilting while helping the fight against breast cancer with this 14″ x 14″ Limited Edition Pink Spin Rug from Quilters Select. A percentage of the cost goes directly to the Dr. Susan Love Foundation for Breast Cancer Research!
The Quarter Circle quilt block used in this quilt is the foundation of many classic quilt designs. Latifah figured out a way to assemble those circle quarters without pins
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Click here to unsubscribe or manage your subscriptions Quilt Show, 2468 Armstrong Drive, Livermore, California 94551, United States Unsubscribe Paducah Kentucky 2023, An exciting opportunity to visit the Quilt Capital of the United States and Nashville, Tennessee, id -home of country music.
One of UNESCO’s World Cities of Art, the city of Paducah, Kentucky is known worldwide for its rich traditions in quilting and fiber arts. Timed to coincide with the 2023 edition of AQS Quilt Week Paducah, our schedule inspires fun for fabric lovers! And there’s plenty of music and history… the tour also includes a visit to Nashville, Tennessee, the country music capital of the country and home of the famous Grand Ole Opry, and three days in Washington DC on tour of landmarks in the national parks, including the White House and the Capitol. 8 nights 10 days Return flights from London, Heathrow
Are you thinking of coming? Availability is now limited – book now before you miss out! This tour program is filled with quilting treats, including a guided tour of the internationally renowned National Quilt Museum, two days at AQS Quilt Week in Paducah, and the opportunity to track the Quilt Charming country barn trail.
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People say Nashville is bad. It’s like a real music community, but it’s also an American thing. you meet people in cowboy hats who spit in pitchers and call you “boy”.
3:35pm – Arrival Washington DC Dulles IAD (8 hour flight time) where you will meet your tour director and be transferred by private coach to your hotel in Washington DC, Courtyard Washington DC Capitol or similar.
09:00 – Leave the hotel for a sightseeing tour with your private coach and Travel Director. You’ll pass famous landmarks including the Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument and the National Mall, and make photo stops at the White House and Capitol Hill.
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PM – visit the Library of Congress and the National Archives. The Library of Congress is the research arm of the US Library of Congress and the headquarters of the US Copyright Office. It is the largest library in the world with a collection of millions of books, recordings, photographs, newspapers, maps and magazines. The National Archives hold original copies of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. These documents created by the United States and its government are on public display in the Freedom Papers Rotunda. Also on display is the first version of the Magna Carta of 1297.
09:00 – Leave the hotel with your tour guide by private coach for the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, home to more than three million artifacts and the National Quilt Collection which includes more than 500 works . We have allowed three hours for this visit, but the rest of the day is free, so you can stay longer if you wish.
12:30 – back to the hotel by private coach. (If you wish to stay longer in the museum, you can return to the hotel by public transport or by taxi.)
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05:30 – check in the hotel and leave with a packed breakfast for the flight to Nashville
09:04 – Arrival in Nashville BNA (flight time 1 hour 49 minutes – Nashville is one hour behind Washington DC) and private coach trip to the city center.
Dine at the award-winning family restaurant Arnold’s Country Kitchen. This “meat-n-three” restaurant (southern food that offers a rotating or seasonal menu of meats and vegetables, which changes daily) was opened by Jack and Rose Arnold in 1982 and has always served fire-grilled meat slowly. greens, perfectly fried green tomatoes, and cornbread cooked to order for locals and visitors since then. There will be a queue when you arrive – it’s a popular place! – but you move fast and there’s always a seat waiting when you’re ready to sit.
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After lunch you will visit the Country Music Hall of Fame. Sometimes called the “Smithsonian of country music,” this museum exists to preserve, celebrate, and share the important cultural value that is country music. The permanent exhibit, “Sing Me Back Home: A Journey Through Country Music,” reveals the origins, traditions, and legendary creators of country music. There are also temporary exhibits including “American History: The State of Music,” updated annually. highlights the stars, songs and stories of today and how they relate to the rich history of country music.
09:00 – Departure from the hotel for a sightseeing tour of Nashville with your private coach and tour director. You will have time to do some shopping at the fabric store.
After lunch you will travel by private coach along the back roads to see one of Tennessee’s famous Quilt Trails. The small act of hanging a square of painted wood on a building has become an international movement and a celebration of all things local.
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6:00pm – departure by private coach to perform at the Grand Ole Opry, the home of old and new country music for the past 95 years. The two-hour program starts at 7pm.
Upon arrival in Paducah you will take a coach tour of the UNSCO Creative City, stopping for lunch* and some free time.
3pm – AQS Quilt Week departure from Hancock’s Paducah Private Instructor. The history of this famous fabric store began in 1952 when Dorothy and William Hancock opened a fabric store in Batesville, Mississippi. Three years later, my brother William Hancock, L.D., recognized the company’s potential and founded Hancock Textiles, which was primarily concerned with clothing stores that wanted to supply fabrics and ideas to their customers in small towns in rural America. The concept originated from the national fabric chain Hancock Fabrics. After the death of William Hancock in 1962, Dorothy – who grew up in Bristol – continued her vision and brought up her sons, Rowland and Rodney, in the textile business. In 1969, Rowland moved to Paducah where she started her own business, Hancock Fabrics. It quickly became one of the best fabric stores in the United States. Today, called Hancock’s of Paducah, the store occupies more than 60,000 square feet and ships products throughout the United States and to 72 different countries around the world.
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Late PM – back to hotel. Your tour director will be able to arrange transport if you have multiple purchases. Alternatively, you can walk (1/2 mile) back to the hotel when you are done.
Courtyard Washington DC Capitol (or similar) Located next to Union Station, this welcoming hotel is perfectly located for exploring the American city. Redesigned, the rooms are comfortable and modern and