Quilting Arts Magazine June/July 2007

Design primer: space, notion, and rhythm; the Kemshalls on sketchbooks; rubber stamp stencils and Paintstiks®; paint and dye with Lutradur®; exploring fusible thread, water-soluble fabrics, and more; expanded squares with Jane Dunnewold; "Flower Power"paper quilt challenge results; straight-stitch piecing and machine appliqué; melted Tinsel; "What's in a Name" challenge results; Goddess on art classes. On the Cover: Detail from "Field of Gaillardia" by Sylvia Polk





Editor’s Note

Letters from Readers

Call for Entries

About Our Contributors

Book Reviews

In the Spotlight:  
    Frances Merrill
    Kathy York

Submission Guidelines



Ad Index

Goddess of the Last Minute
Robbi Joy Eklow



Art Design Primer Lesson V:
Space, motion, and rhythm

Lyric Kinard

Notions to Consider:
Why keep a sketchbook?

Laura and Linda Kemshall

Stencils from Stamps
Using rubber stamp stencils and Shiva Paintstiks

Jane LaFazio

Art in Flower: A paint and dye technique with Lutradur
Sylvia Marie Polk

Artist Profile: Trisha Hassler
Cate Coulacos Prato

Colorful Concoction: Experimenting with fusible thread, water-soluble fabrics, and other media
Allyson Faulkner

Rolls and Tubes for Surface and Structure
Janet Edmonds

Design Tools: The expanded square
Jane Dunnewold

Flower Power: Results from Our Paper Quilt
Reader Challenge

Announcing Quilting Arts Magazine’s
“Postcards from _______” Challenge

The Heartfelt Landscape
Rose Hughes

Combining straight-stitch piecing methods with appliqué to produce more difficult shapes.

All that Glitters:  Melted tinsel adds a metallic touch
Gilda Baron

Results from Our “What's in a Name?” Reader Challenge




"Trees" by Lyric Kinard

"Pathways 1" by Rose Hughes

Stuffed tubes decorated with beads and stitch by Janet Edmonds

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