Quilting Arts Magazine April/May 2008

Making stamps; painted backgrounds for art quilts; inspiration from Matisse; batik art quilts; profile of a hand embroiderer; thickened silk dyes; quilting with a longarm; finishing techniques for small quilt edges; free-motion machine quilting; working with transfer paints; stitched paper quilt design; studio makeover; SAQA exhibit; Goddess on turning 50. On the Cover: Mixed-media Paper Quilt by Judy Coates Perez, "Tea & Entomology."

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IN EACH ISSUE

Editor's Note

Letters from Readers

Call for Entries

About Our Contributors

In the Spotlight:
Natalya Aikens

In the Spotlight: 
Kathy York & Company

 Book Reviews

 Marketplace

Classifieds and Ad Index

Goddess of the Last Minute Robbi Joy Eklow




 

 

FEATURE ARTICLES

Carvum Stampum
Marks of Distinction  
Laura Wasilowski
Make your own stamps

Altered Painted Art Quilts
Denise Aumick
Create a beautiful base for your quilt 

Letting Go with Matisse
From textile journal to quilt
Susan Chapman
Inspiration from a Master 

Open the Window & Let the Inspiration In: Spring Fever Self-portrait
Terri Haugen 

Artist Profile: Michael Aaron McAllister
Cate Coulacos Prato 

Through Thick & Thin
Create designer fabrics with thickened silk dyes
Joanell Connolly 

Design as You Go
Think of your longarm as a mechanical pencil
Leslie Rego      

A Big Finish for Your Small Quilts
Terry Grant
Stitching tips for great edges 

All the Right Moves
Tips for Successful Free-motion Machine Quilting, Part II
Frieda Anderson 

Capturing Summer
Working with transfer paints to create floral quilts
Sylvia Naylor
Paint, transfer, overlay, and stitch 

Tea and Entomology
A stitched paper quilt
Judy Coates Perez 

Studio Makeover
From Hodgepodge to Haven
Laura Wasilowski 

SAQA: Creative Force 2007 & A Sense of Place

 

ONLINE EXTRAS

 

 

 

Quilt by Laura Wasilowski

Quilt by Terri Haugen

Quilt by Terry Grant

 


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