Learn how to make photo a quilt six different ways, FREE!

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Do you have a box of old family photographs? See what a few innovative quilt artists have done to integrate family history into gorgeous photo quilts. Learn how to scan, enlarge, and transfer your favorite photos and images without harming the original, plus we'll give you tips on how to use them in art quilts.

Each of these techniques will give you everything you need to get started and be successful creating your very own photo quilt. Incorporating photos of your family and friends using these methods is sure to revolutionize the way you think about art quilts. Download this FREE eBook from Quilting Daily and learn how to make your own picture quilt with these step by step techniques.

Free eBook on how to make photo quilts using six different techniques.

Break out the photos and get ready to be inspired with these photo quilt techniques!

With this free download you'll learn how to create each of these photo quilt patterns and much more!

In this FREE eBook from Quilting Daily you’ll learn six transfer techniques that will open up a whole new world of ideas for photo quilt patterns. By learning these techniques, you’ll be able to enhance your fabric art with digital imagery to create amazing results. What are you waiting for? Learn how to prepare your photos and fabric for this exciting and rewarding process, download your copy for free today.


See how using family photos and nature images can create stunningly beautiful art quilts! Don’t wait to download your copy and get started today:

How to Make Photo Quilts

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Learn how to make a photo quilt like this one, with this free guide.

Landscape Photo Quilts: Scanning the Horizon by Marie Roper

Technique #1

Scanning the Horizon by Marie Roper

With this tutorial you'll learn how to make a photo quilt by incorporating digital imagery into landscape-inspired design. Follow along to learn how to create digitally printed fabrics using a super easy technique. The enchanting landscape where Marie lives was the inspiration for her featured designs, but your favorite places can be the main focus of your quilt.


Picture Quilt How-To: Every Picture Tells a Story by Mary Ann Tipple

Technique #2

Every Picture Tells a Story by Mary Ann Tipple

Learn how to make large-scale photo quilts with this tutorial. Start by looking for a compelling image, with faces or poses that suggest a story, then learn how to enlarge the image and transfer it to fabric using gel medium. A family photo quilt like this will surely become an heirloom and a lovely reminder of the importance of family.


How to Make Photo Quilts: Scan, Print, Stamp and Stitch by Pamela Price Klebaum

Technique #3

Scan, Print, Stamp and Stitch by Pamela Price Klebaum

Learn how to make a quilt by manipulating images and using color like never before. This tutorial begins with a lesson on scanning and playing with images using Photoshop, then how to print onto fabric using ExtravOrganza. You can pick from a number of finishing techniques, including stamping, to complete your design. This project will help you learn how to make photo quilts you’re sure to love.


Photo Transfer Quilt: Tapping Into Image Transfers by Lesley Riley

Technique #4

Tapping Into Image Transfers by Lesley Riley

A transfer occurs when you take a photo printed on one surface and move it to another. This tutorial walks you through the basic of using iron-on transfer paper to create long lasting, colorful photo transfers. These beautiful photo quilt patterns will give you inspiration to start creating photo quilts of your own.


Making Photo Quilt Patterns to Print: Digital Playtime by Diane Doran

Technique #5

Digital Playtime by Diane Doran

Learn to create colorful fabrics with your computer and use them in your photo quilt! You'll begin with a little playtime with paints and markers, creating designs with a little guidance from Diane, before scanning these fascinating prints into the computer. Once there, she'll provide direction on altering the scans before printing.


Free Digital Imagery Tutorial: Options for Imagery by Ginny Eckley

Technique #6

Options for Imagery by Ginny Eckley

There’s a myriad of choices for today’s quilter who wants to include digital imagery in their work. This tutorial provides you with options for three techniques: painting on silk, ink-jet printing, and silk screening. You'll be amazed what you can do!


If you have never made a picture quilt, now is your chance to try!

What are you waiting for? Learn how to easily transform your family photos into beautiful photo quilts. A family photo quilt is a great way to celebrate the history of your family and create beautiful a beautiful art quilt that will be treasured for generations. With this free eBook you’ll see how to easy it is to come up with your photo quilt pattern, and find the right method for transferring your selected images to fabric. Download your FREE eBook today and get started on your own photo quilt!

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