Quilting Arts Magazine August/September 2008

Quilted pet portraits; rusting fabric; ArtQuilts at the Sedgwick; digital design; deconstructed screen printing; hand-dyed silk charmeuse in quilts; needle-felted landscape design; dyeing cottons with indigo; 2009 Calendar; the “Green” issue with “green” wall hangings, “Go Green!” challenge results, and more; Goddess on search engines and organizing. On the Cover: by Karin Winter



Editor’s Note

Letters from Readers

Call for Entries

About Our Contributors

In the Spotlight: 
Dale Rollerson 

Book Reviews


Classifieds and Ad Index

Goddess of the Last Minute
Robbi Joy Eklow






Art Quilts in their Element
Sandra Sider
An exceptional art venue for quilt art           

A Test of Time
Claire Waguespack Fenton

Rusting fabric

Deconstructing the Screen
Rayna Gillman

A no-worry way to work with dyes

Digital Design Principles: Part II
Gloria Hansen

Artist Profile: Linda MacDonald
Cate Coulacos Prato

Silk Blossoms
Frieda Anderson

Using hand-dyed charmeuse in
your quilt designs

Being Pet-ty
Karin Winter

Quilted pet portraits

Embellish Mother Nature
Ferne Jeffers Weissman

A needle-felted landscape

Going Green to Dye Blue
Daren Pitts Redman

Dyeing cottons with Indigo

It's Good to be Green”
An invitational exhibit at the Latimer Quilt
and Textile Center

Recycled Going Green! Wall Hangings
Belinda Spiwak

Repurpose, re-use, reconsider

2009 Calendar Contest: Judges’ Choice

Results from Our “Go Green”
Reader Challenge





Wall hanging by Belinda Spiwak

Quilt by Gloria Hansen

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