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Favorite Links

Heartland Quilt Network

The Heartland Quilt Network connects quilt guilds, quilt shops, and professionals across the Midwest.  They share information about their programs, workshops, shows, and events to promote the popular and enduring art of quilt making.  http://heartlandquiltnetwork.com/

Quilters Club of America

While surfing the web take a look at the Quilters Club of America website.  http://www.quiltersclubofamerica.com/  I am sure you will find something of interest.

Also, there is now a free app for a quilt shop locator. The app is available from the iTunes store, Droid market or view it at http://quiltshops.quiltersclubofamerica.com/

3 Dog Design Co

This site belongs to Carl Hentsch one of our own guild members.  Carl has designed a block of the month called “Life in the Midwest.” If you would like to download the patterns he has them listed on his site and on his newsletter.  Carl recently released his AQS published book of quilts he designed called “Stars N Strips Forever” go to his site to learn more.  www.3dogdesignco.com

Fabric Recyclers

A place in Kansas City, KS where you can recycle your excess stash and or sewing machines or purchase some of theirs.  They will purchase your items outright. www.fabricrecycles.com

Missouri Star Quilt Company

Looking for a Daily Deal, pre-cut fabric, fabric on the bolt, special shipping rates, tutorials on quick quilting tips, notions, well this site is filled with plenty to choose from.  If you just want a little nostalgia or a giggle read their story each day on the Daily Deal page.  Check them out at www.missouriquiltco.com

All People Quilt

Printable patterns, how to instructions, watch videos, take an online class and designer show & tell are a few things you will find on this site.  www.allpeoplequilt.com

Quilters Cache

Quilting “How Tos” check to see if they can help you with your next project.   www.quilterscache.com

Quilts and Quilt-making Yesterday and Today

For history about quilting go to  www.womenfolk.com