Recession can’t unravel quilters’ upsurge

“Let’s All Spring Forward,” a quilt made by Rosalie Baker of Davenport, Iowa, won best of show and $2,500 in the 2010 “Celebrate Spring!” competition at International Quilt Festival in Rosemont, Ill. Baker used hand-dyed fabrics, hand applique, machine quilting and hand painting in her quilt.



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“Let’s All Spring Forward,” a quilt made by Rosalie Baker of Davenport, Iowa, won best of show and $2,500 in the 2010 “Celebrate Spring!” competition at International Quilt Festival in Rosemont, Ill. Baker used hand-dyed fabrics, hand applique, machine quilting and hand painting in her quilt.

The numbers are in, and the powers that be in the quilting industry could not be happier. A Quilting in America 2010 survey shows that quilting enthusiasts spend almost $3.6 billion annually…




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