One of the "old Stuff" is the Wisconsin Quilt Museum located in Cedarburg, Wisconsin. I don't think everything at the museum is old but some is and they are very close to being totally open. They are have many activities right now and you can visit their website to check them out and get their newsletter. I know this project has been a long time coming and a labor of love for quilters.
Evie passed on info about the Superior Threads newsletter. You can access their website and sign up for their newsletter which had just a ton of information about thread. They are truly experts about the subject and also about needles, so check them out.
Carol sent in a place with good deals rotary blades. The LP Sharp Company claims to have the best deals around so its worth checking out next time you need blades.
Crazy Mom Quilts has a wonderful tutorials about a quilt called Running in Circles and she also shows a lovely baby quilt made in circles. Both are really great.
I don't think I've spoke about Jaybird Quilts before but if you read a bit down her blog, she has a great tutorial on binding curves. Also her free tutorials page is wonderful with a Life Cycles Quilt, Mon Sheri Waves quilt which uses the Drunkards path foot with a video,she also show how to do multiple mitered borders.
Bee Square Fabrics featured Crazy Mom Quilts as a guest quilter and she featured a Zig Zag quilt which is really nice.