Quilting Arts Magazine April/May 2007

Finding Inspiration; Scale, proportion, and balance; Finding Your Voice with Fabric Collage; silk painting with resist; understanding tone, value, and light and dark to create mood and feeling; Artist Profile: Frances Holliday Alford; five artists, one quilt; holographic effects; contour drawing with your sewing machine; Small Wonders VIII sample gallery; Goddess on repurposing and recycling. On the cover: Detail from Kathy York's "Fauna" quilt

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IN EACH ISSUE

 

Editor’s Note

Letters from Readers

 

Call for Entries

About Our Contributors

Submission Guidelines

In the Spotlight:

    Jenny Rolfe

    Darcy Berg

Marketplace

Classifieds

Ad Index

Goddess of the Last Minute

Robbi Joy Eklow

FEATURE ARTICLES

ART DESIGN PRIMER LESSON IV:
SCALE, PROPORTION, AND BALANCE

Lyric Kinard 

NOTIONS TO CONSIDER:
FINDING INSPIRATION
Linda and Laura Kemshall 

FINDING YOUR VOICE
WITH FABRIC COLLAGE

Wendy Richardson 

SILK PORTALS
Joanell Connolly
Silk painting with resist 

"DOORWAY TO IMAGINATION"
READER CHALLENGE

40 COLORS OF THE SEASONS
Frieda Anderson
Light and dark, tone and value
create mood and feeling in art 

ARTIST PROFILE:
FRANCES HOLLIDAY ALFORD
Cate Coulacos Prato 

QUINTESSENTIAL COMBINATION
Five artists lend their talents to one quilt

A FISH OUT OF WATER
Kathy York
Adding three-dimensional "dolls" to quilts 

CREATING FAUX TEXTURE
Jane Dunnewold 

HOLOGRAPHIC MEMORIES
Wen Redmond
Photos printed on cloth and layered for holographic effects 

HEALTHY ATTITUDE:
JOANIE SAN CHIRICO
Cate Coulacos Prato 

DRAWN TO S-T-I-T-C-H
Melanie Testa
Contour drawing with your sewing machine

SMALL WONDERS VIII
A sample gallery from this exhibit

Detail from "morphesus's Garden" by Laura Kemshall

"Happiness" by Melanie Testa

Detail of quilt "Synchronized Swimming" by Kathy York

 

 


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