Category Archives: Authors

August 27, 2014

Dirty Rotten Quilt Thieves

By Donna di Natale I don’t have anything fancy for you this week. No photos. No antique quilt stories. No fun. Because theft isn’t fun. Lately, I’ve heard too many tales of people having quilts stolen – from their cars, from their homes and from their studios. And not just one quilt. Lots of quilts. Continue Reading

July 29, 2014

Stronger Seams: Quilting and Friendship

By Tricia Lynn Maloney Quilting has been bringing people together for a very long time. Consider the popularity of friendship quilts through the years. And quilting bees? A lot more went on than just quilting the layers of a quilt together. Today, we quilters have a lot more options for the social side of quilting Continue Reading

July 15, 2014

Texas Shop Owner Q&A: Rose Ann Cook, Quilter’s Emporium

To celebrate our Warehouse-On-Wheels sale in Texas, we’re talking with the participating shop owners to find out how they got started, why their shops are special and what changes they’ve seen in quilting. Our special sale at seven quilt shops in the Houston, Austin and the Dallas-Fort Worth areas — with books as much as Continue Reading

May 28, 2014

In Remembrance

By Donna di Natale This week, we celebrated Memorial Day, a day that has special meaning in my family. Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, started after the Civil War as a day to honor the Union and Confederate soldiers who died in the war. Gen. John Logan, national commander of the Grand Army of Continue Reading

May 7, 2014

Introducing Our Quilt Quiz

By Donna di Natale Welcome to the first monthly Star Quilt Quiz, three easy questions for you to consider, solve and submit for a chance to win prizes. The first Wednesday of each month, we’ll offer a chance to express your opinion, test your quilting knowledge and have some fun. You will have five days Continue Reading