• A Stashtastic Staff Choice!

    And we have a winner! Our staff selected “Summer in Bloom” by Linda Gray of Goodlettsville, Tennessee as the winner of the Staff Choice category in the Stashtastic Quilt Competition. Linda will receive a $500 gift card to Keepsake Quilting. Congratulations Linda! “Summer in Bloom was designed by Linda and she even hand pieced and hand appliqued it. She also machine quilted it herself. Beautiful job! It was beyond difficult choosing a winner among such talented entries and we thank all who sent in photos of their quilts and quilt tops. It was a pleasure seeing your amazing talent and it brightened up our days with a virtual quilt show…

  • Vote for Viewer’s Choice!

    We are thrilled to bring you our 10 finalists in our Stashtastic Quilt Competition to be voted on by YOU! We received so many amazing quilts from all over the world, it was so hard to choose. Thank you to all who entered and shared your talents with us! Now it’s time to vote on a winner! Select from one of our 10 finalists for our Viewer’s Choice. The winner will receive a $500 gift certificate to Keepsake Quilting. Voting ends on June 10th, 2020 at noon EST. Good luck to our finalists and happy quilting! Susan Wheatley “Machine pieced and is composed of 1-3/4″ squares & half-square triangles using…

  • Love Is…

    What is love? Love comes in many forms, it could be unconditional love between a mother and child, sister and brother, grandparent and grandchildren and more. Where there is a bond there is love! As quilters, we show our love through our craft. The gift of a quilt is an expression of love, comfort, and joy. We give quilts to celebrate life, love, and milestones from graduations to marriages and even just because. One of our best-selling quilt kits expresses love in the sweetest of ways: baby animals and their mothers sharing kisses and snuggles. Love Is by Rachel Shelburne of Maywood Studios created this darling quilt kit pattern that…

  • Past Meets Present: Let’s Make Log Cabin Quilts!

    The log cabin block is one of the oldest known quilt blocks, also known as the “housetop” block or seen in variations like the Courthouse Steps. It features a center square that symbolizes the “heart” and “hearth” of the home. This center square is traditionally red (sometimes yellow, which symbolizes a warm light in the window) and the block is built out from the center. As you add “logs” to the hearth center the block grows. Each log cabin block has a light and a dark side and the combinations are endless with their placement in a quilt. Rumored to have been named the log cabin because of Abraham Lincoln’s…