Quilty Links

QUILTERRIFIC BLOGS

Quilt Alliance Blog
quiltalliance.wordpress.com

Bumblebeans
www.bumblebeansinc.blogspot.com

15 Minutes Play
www.15minutesplay.com

A Quilt Complex
www.aquiltcomplex.blogspot.com

Canton Village Quilt Works Blog
www.cvquiltworks.blogspot.com

Twisted Sister – Jamie Fingal: Rebel Quilter
www.jamiefingaldesigns.blogspot.com

QUILTERRIFIC PODCASTS

American Patchwork and Quilting Radio
With Pat Sloan
Listen live on Mondays from 4:00 to 5:00pm or download at
www.toginet.com

Quilting Stash
With Annie Smith
Listen at Annie’s blog site
www.simplearts.com

Jackie’s Quilting Chronicles
With Jackie Kunkel
Listen here
cvquiltworks.podbean.com

QUILTERRIFIC LINKS

www.craftsy.com
An incredible way to take online quilting and crafting classes in your own home,
on your own schedule, at your own pace.

www.quiltinggallery.com
Michele Foster’s website has contests, challenges, giveaways, guild listings, and lots more

www.quiltmashup.com
Want to talk about all things quilty and make online quilt buddies? Pat Sloan’s Quilt Mashup is the place to do it!

www.studio180design.net
Home of Deb Tucker designs and tools – Deb makes my FAVORITE rulers

www.planetpatchwork.com
Lots of quilting news, tips, links, and…well, you name it

www.quilterscache.com
Zillions of FREE quilt block patterns!

www.blockcentral.com
A lil’ bit of everything quilty

www.quiltworx.com
Home of Judy Neimeyer Quilting – the queen of paper piecing

QUILTERRIFIC FICTION WRITERS

I don’t mind if you read other writer’s books as well as mine. (I do, so why shouldn’t you?) Just remember to come home to Momma when you’re done…

Jennifer Chiaverini, author of the Elm Creek Quilts Novels and the lady who pretty much invented quilting and craft fiction. We all owe her a debt of gratitude.
www.jenniferchiaverini.com

Emilie Richards writes series books, stand-alones, quilty and non-quilty
www.emilierichards.com

Sandra Dallas has written eleven novels including, The Persian Pickle Club.
www.sandradallas.com

Like Quilting? Like mysteries? Terri Thayer’s books may be just the ticket!
www.territhayer.com

Want more quilting mysteries? You may want to try Clare O’Donohue’s “Someday Quilts” mysteries.
www.clareodonohue.com

And still MORE mysteries from Arlene Sachitano!
www.arlenesachitano.com