Cornucopia of Quilt Links
Quilters, Quilt Pictures and Quilting Information
- A Quilter By Design. Debby
Kratovil's virtual quilt site. Quilts, patterns (including paper
piecing) and more.
- Alex Anderson Quilts! Personal
web site of Alex Anderson, host of the TV show Simply Quilts
that aired on HGTV for many years.
The site offers autographed books authored by Alex, patterns,
a biography, a gallery of quilts, a podcast and more.
- Ami Simms web site. This web site
reflects the wit and wisdom of Ami Simms, quilter and quilt author.
It is also the home of Mallory Press and Picture Play Quilts.
- The Appliqué Society
promotes and teaches all types of applique in quilting. The society
has chapters in the United States and Canada.
- Bethany Reynolds, author of
the book "Magic Stack-n-Whack Quilts."
- Betty Reynold's Quilting
Page. A quilter in New Mexico.
- Christine Thresh: sewing machines,
quilting patterns, and Delta Island page.
- The Crazy Quilt Society for those who
love crazy quilts.
- DawnPages Quilting
- Fabrics.net is an information,
resource and referral network. This site has information about
various types of fabric and lets you register requests for specific
fabric you are searching for so you can finish that special
- equilters.com is the website of Susan
Druding, former quilting guide at About.com. Lots of quilting
information, tips, techniques and patterns.
- The House of Hanson web site has
resources for machine quilters, including an email list for
professional machine quilters and information about the Machine
Quilters Showcase. Find pictures of quilts there also.
- International Quilt Study Center at
the University of Nebraska - Lincoln.
- Jennifer Chiaverini, author of the Elm
Creek Quilts novels, has a web site featuring her books and
- Jinny Beyer Studio
- Joen Wolfrom,
Quiltmaker, Author, Instructor, Lecturer. Joen's page includes
recipes, and descriptions of her books.
- List of Kansas City Quilt Shops on SusanB's
"Kansas City Stuff" page.
- Karen Combs, Quilter, author, teacher,
- Lancaster County, PA
Area Resources for Quilters
- Mary Beth Goodman, quilter and
herder of cats.
- Michigan Quilt
Project is part of the Michigan Traditional Arts Program at the
Michigan State University Museum. Web site has information on
quilt care and information about and photos of quilt
collections and quilt exhibits associated with the project.
- Missing Fabrics web site. Get
help finding more of that fabric you need to finish your
- National Quilting Association, Inc.
Founded in 1970.
- Native Quilting
Traditions, quilts made by Native Americans at the Michigan
State University Museum.
- Jean Post's Quilt Patch
- The Quilt Channel, self-described as
our "jumpstation to all the quilting goodies the web has to offer."
The Quilt Channel is a Joint Project of Quiltropolis and Planet
Patchwork. Lots of links to good sites here.
- Quilt Festivals by Mancuso, Inc..
Complete list of Quilt Festivals managed and promoted by Mancuso
Show Management. Includes information about each event.
- Quilt-O, a game for
quilters. Can be used as a fund-raiser like Bingo.
- Quilters Online Resource
Patterns, techniques, links and more.
- Quilting at About.com. Quilting
articles, patterns, links to Internet resources. New articles added
- The Quilting Bee:
A Research Metaphor
- Quilting With Children. A
teacher shares ideas on making quilts with children.
- QuiltTalk. Paper piecing, mystery
quilt, swaps, chat and more. Sponsored and supported by QUILT
- The Quilter's
Album. View the work of some of the folks that frequent the rec.crafts.textiles.quilting
- Rachel Roggel - Quilt Artist,
Lecturer, Curator Embellished Art Quilts from Isreal.
- Robbi Joy Eklow, Goddess of the Last
Minute and queen of fused applique. See Robbi's quilts.
- Shawn Quinlan's Quilted
- Simply Quilts,
hosted by Alex Anderson. Formerly on HGTV, you can now watch the show
- Vicky Wells Online Studio & Quilt
- Wisconsin Museum of Quilts and
Fiber Arts is located in Cedarburg, Wisconsin, USA.
- World Wide Quilting Page contains LOTS
of quilting information.
- Worst Quilt in the World