Quilting Arts Magazine October/November 2007

Digital imagery; delicate design with silk, lace, flower petals, and machine embroidery; the Kemshalls on finishing with embroidery, foil, and color; quilted fabric sculpture; textural book wraps; large-scale photograph quilts; thread sketching on stabilizer; showing artwork; binding techniques; embellishments; "Doorway to Imagination" challenge results; Goddess on TV. On the Cover: "Expectation" by Cordula Kloefkorn

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IN EACH ISSUE

Editor’s Note

Letters from Readers

Call for Entries

About Our Contributors

Submission Guidelines

Book Reviews

In the Spotlight:
Leslie Rugo
Jeannie Palmer Moore 

Marketplace

Classifieds and Ad Index

Goddess of the Last Minute
Robbi Joy Eklow

 

FEATURE ARTICLES

Out and About with Quilting Arts: Fabulous Fiber Arts Cruise

Notions to Consider
So, you think you've finished?
Laura and Linda Kemshall

Fiber Tiles
Julie Hirota
Make stunning quilts with easy digital imaging

In Praise of Roses
Helen Appleby
Create a delicate keepsake book

Artist profile: Susan Else
Cate Coulacos Prato 

Spontaneous Composition
Make one-of-a-kind pieces from quilted fabric collage
Debbie Babin

Embellishments as Inspiration
Lynn Krawczyk

Textural Book Wraps
Angie Hughes

Every Picture Tells a Story
Large-scale photograph quilts
Mary Ann Tipple

Thread Sketching on Stabilizer
Karen Fricke

Where and How to Show Your Artwork
Lyric Kinard

On the Edge: Part 2
Sarah Ann Smith
More ideas for binding your art quilts

Results from Our "Doorway to Imagination"
Reader Challenge

 

ONLINE EXTRAS

"Work in Progress" by Susan Else

"Thiings Your Mother Warned You About: Fast Boys, Fast Cars" by May Ann Tipple

Textural book wrap "Flower" by Angie Hughes

Pillow by Laura and Linda Kemshall


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