These are websites that have been passed on as interesting or useful by guild members. We do not necessarily endorse the sites or their content.
Diane Marvin of Sew Nice Quilt Shop in Norwich presented our March 2011 meeting demonstrating a variety of Tucker rulers.
Jeanne Wright of Dexter, Maine presented our April 2011 meeting about the organization "Alliance for American Quilters" She goes around the country and interviews quilters for their S.O.S. (Save our Stories) project.
Sharon is a quilt artist. She has a booth at Colorscape each fall and provided us with a very interesting guild program in May 2011 http://www.junetailor.com/inkjetlanding.htm June Tailor designs, manufactures, and distributes a range of
quilting, crafting and home décor products. Try the June Tailor Inkjet T Shirt Transfers, Iron On Transfers or Inkjet Fabric Sheets
Great site to view, research, or purchase antique quilts. Site also has antique rugs and doll quilts for sale.
Take a look at the directory which offers complimentary listings
for businesses including both physical and online shops, patterns,
teachers, machines, quilting services, traveling and retreats,
supplies, frames, quilts for sale and wholesale fabric lines. It also
offers listings for quilt museums, guilds across the country, blogs and
quilt shows. There is an extensive listing of articles about quilting,
a show and tell feature, and links for other information.
A grassroots movement to dress up old barns with paintings of family quilt patterns. For more info contact Linda Foote.
Original art quilts by Sue Anderson. Sue did our September dinner meeting program in 2008
Linda Salitrynski's Country Keepsakes website. Linda vended at our 2007 quilt show.
from Audrey Anderson of Chalet Enterprises. Publishers of the Quilters Travel Companion
Jeannette Evans quilt and doll designer. Cute stuff - check it out! Fabric, dolls, mini quilts, and patterns for sale.
The Top Banana Crafty Cornice Kit is the perfect
showcase for your quilts. It's time to get wrapped up in Window