Quilting Arts Magazine February/March 2007

Theme-based work; Tim Gunn makes Wearables Work for You; designer labels; machine needle felting; Clear Vision: Part II; pricing your art; textural surfaces; The role of tradition in quiltmaking; MetroTextural; More results from our Abstract Art Quilt Reader Challenge; Goddess on knitting. On the Cover: "Two Sunflowers" by Lucie Summers

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IN EACH ISSUE

Editor's Note

Letters from Readers

Call for Entries

About Our Contributors

Book Reviews

In the Spotlight:
    Esterita Austin

In the Spotlight:
    Laura Jane O'Kane

Marketplace

Classifieds

Ad Index

Goddess of the Last Minute
Robbi Joy Eklow

 

 

 

 

FEATURE ARTICLES

Art Design Primer Lesson III:
Texture, Shape, and Line
Lyric Kinard

Creating a Series of Theme-based
Work
Sandra Meech

Take 2: Two Quilt Artists
Share Their Unique Approach
to a Fishy Subject
Jane Davila and Elin Waterston

Layered Print Making
Lucie Summers

Tim Gunn Makes Wearables
Work for You

Cate Coulacos Prato

Designer Labels
Lois Ericson

Glad RAGS

The Finishing Touch: Needle felting
by machine
Margo Duke

Clear Vision: Part II
Rosemary Claus-Gray

How to Objectively Price Your
Art Quilts
Jamie Fingal

Textural Surfaces for Stitch
Jeanne Raffer Beck

Notions to Consider: The role of tradition in quiltmaking
Linda and Laura Kemshall

MetroTextural

More Results from Our Abstract Art
Quilt
Reader Challenge

Tim Gunn Makes Wearables Work for You, Page 38

"Jane's Fish" by Jane Dåvila, Take II, Page 26

"Sunday Morning" by Esterita Austin, In the Spotlight, Page 94


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