Learn about Josef Albers and his contributions to color theory and his legacy for the Bauhaus school.
The sky’s the limit when you make a composition with improv quilting. Let’s take a look at how you can make beautiful improv quilts.
Learn about color theory in the 20th century and how it can be used to influence your quilting projects.
Read this blog post to learn more about Canadian quilting festivals, museums, and fabrics/textile shops to help you find the quilting resources that you need.
A new Modern Quilters showcase where I present you Virginia Robinson, Claudia Scheja, Scott Culley and Belen Parisi enjoy their stories and amazing quilts.
Whether you recently bought a home in Toronto, ON, or a townhouse in Nashville, TN – it can often feel intimidating decorating your home, with the countless decor options to choose from. Sometimes when it’s all said and done, if the pieces you chose don’t reflect your personality and your style is absent from the space, your house…
The 19th century advanced many aspects of color theory. Let’s take a look at some of the art and theorists during the 19th century.
Are you looking for quilting festivals to check out in 2022? If so, you are in the right place. We’ve assembled a list of quilting festivals
Are you looking for some of the most wonderful fiber and quilt museums throughout the world? Take a look at some of our top picks to find some inspiration for you.