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Episode 587: Cheers to 30 Years!
On this episode of the American Patchwork & Quilting podcast, we celebrate the 30th anniversary of our magazine! Staff members and past designers share their favorite moments of the magazine over the years.⁠
Blast from the Past: Blocks 26, 27, and 28
Find all the Blast from the Past mystery sampler information here. Join our Facebook group here. Share your progress on Instagram with the hashtag #APQBlastfromthePast.
Episode 586: Create Your Dream Sewing Space, Part 3
On this episode, we share small steps you can take to make your sewing space feel like an oasis. We also share products we love, ideas for feeling energized to tackle your UFOs, and tips for hand quilting.
Behind the Seams: Episode 10
Get to know our editors during monthly video meetups! On this month's episode, we give you a tour of our newly remodeled sewing studio, show a baby quilt an editor just finished, share reader tips about storage, and give tips for making Flying Geese units. See resources mentioned in this video below.
American Patchwork & Quilting April 2023
See the featured quilts and web-exclusive patterns from the American Patchwork & Quilting April 2023 issue. This issue is on sale from February 3-April 6. Subscribe to American Patchwork & Quilting.
Episode 585: Our Best Storage Hacks
On this episode, we share creative storage solutions, the benefits of binding by hand and by machine, listener tips, and what to do when your blocks don't turn out the right size.
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Episode 584: Save and Organize Your Scraps
On this episode, we give tips for developing a scrap storage system that works for you. We also chat with Marija Vujcic of Mara Quilt Designs.
Episode 581: Reflect on a Year of Quilting

On this episode, we share ways to reflect on what you accomplished in your sewing space the past year. We also share details of our UFO Challenge, a story of a woman sewing blankets for others, and how handwork helps with stress. And we answer a listener question about fussy-cutting.