This link is first because it has the most useful information about the Leavenworth/Kansas City area of any site around. Take a look!
Hedgetree Sewing Machines
Member Bonnie Ingram has an ever growing collection of sewing machines,quilts, and family photos.
Member Jerry Stube is the owner of a quilt shop in Leavenworth. Her page is quite interesting and has a free pattern.
AQS - American Quilter's Society
Can you say Paducah?
New PBS series starting in August.
Candy Goff's Hand Quilting Page
Small but pretty site. Candy's quilt, Joie de Vie, won Best of Show at the 1999 AQS Show in Paducah. It is also one of the top 100 quilts of the century. She has great pictures and tips.
LARGE and Interesting on-line guild and free information site.
Ken's General Sewing Links
This guy has a LOT of links. Take a look.
Lost Quilt Come Home Page
Dedicated to providing place to display and view lost or stolen quilts and to supplying information on how to protect the quilts we currently own.
If you have ever been JUST short of completing a project because you lack a specific fabric, this site is for you. Post a free description of what you need and watch how fast you accomplish the impossible!
This site has a wide variety of free quilt block patterns.
A Quilter by Design
This GREAT site contains lots of free patterns and info. There is a complete village of paper piecing patterns!
Quilts and Quiltmaking in America
WOW! This is a Library of Congress site (research conducted in 1978) with 229 photographs, 181 recorded interviews (audio, includes transcripts) with six quiltmakers in Appalachian North Carolina and Virginia. Hear the quilter's life experiences in her own voice. Also see the 180 spectacular quilts from the Lands' End All-American Quilt Contest 1992, 1994, & 1996. Don't miss this site!
The Quilter's Cache
INCREDIBLE site with 100's of patterns in full color with great detailed instructions. Take a look you won't be disappointed.
Flight Through The Quilt World
NEW URL! The Mid America Air Museum in Liberal, Kansas has a collection of historic quilt blocks depicting flight. Be sure to take a look at the photographs page.
Surviving the Winter:
The evolution of quiltmaking among two cultures in New Mexico
This is a wonderful essay and pictorial, multi-page site sponsored by the Women Artists of the American West. Written by Dorothy R. Zopf it is well worth a visit!