Quiltmania magazine is a bimonthly magazine which is published in three languages:
French, English and Dutch and which has become, since 1997, the reference for all the quilters thanks to
the quality of its content, exhibitions of quilts from all over the world, collections, artists and
original sections, of which Quilts & Enchanting Homes, and also 3 detailed projects in cm and inches.
From appliqué to piecing together, all the traditional techniques are offered in our magazine and come
with many free tutorials.
2017 Mystery Quilt
With Michelle Yeo
The first blocks of the 2017 Mystery Quilt by Michelle Yeo have been featured in the Quiltmania magazine #117.
Here are the technical tips you need to create them.
PLEASE NOTE: The entire Quiltmania team will be preparing for, and present at, the Pour L'Amour du Fil show from Friday, April 14th in the evening until Monday, April 24th. As such, we will not be able to respond immediately to your calls nor emails during this time. All requests and orders will be handled upon our return.
We thank you for your understanding.
Come visit us and discover our lastest releases at our booth C00.
Visit the Pour l'Amour du Fil show's website to discover the artists, the classes, exhibits and to ro reserve your tickets!HERE
Pour l’Amour du Fil show - From April 19th to 23rd, 2017 in Nantes – FRANCE
Embroidery . Patchwork . Knitting . Sewing … « BOHO-INDIE » is the theme of this 9th Edition !
Thread Arts will be hugely displayed at this new edition!
In 2017, Exceptional exhibits, the Antique Welsh Quilts and Passacaglia, dozens of artists and designers from all over the world : Amy and David Butler,Di Ford, Ségolaine Schweitzer, Bonnie Sullivan, Norma Whaley, Margaret Mew, Judy Newman, Petra Prins, Kaffe Fassett, Deidre Abel, Dawn Heese, Misao Wada, and many others…
More than 120 selected stands, workshops, live wide-screen demos and an open space for bloggers to stop and chat in a friendly atmosphere.
Salon Pour l’Amour du Fil
Hall 4 – Parc des Expositions de la Beaujoire – NANTES - France
From 11 March until 10 September 2017 the Museum of Friesland in Leeuwarden presents a major exhibition of its extensive and well-preserved collection of chintz, the shiny, floral, hand-painted cotton from India that conquered 16th-century Europe. The beautiful patterns feel familiar while at the same time convey a special story. Objects displayed range from skirts, jackets, sun hats and regional clothing to wall hangings and blankets. The exhibition Chintz, cotton in bloom takes the visitor on a journey from India to Hindeloopen, Indonesia and Japan.