Quilting Arts Magazine February/March 2009

Pokey Bolton chats with “Project Runway” winner Jay McCarroll; Venus-inspired art: from prehistoric times through the Renaissance; designing with ink pads; thread painting 101; hand embroidery; designing with Paintstiks®; glue gel resist; monoprinting fabrics, and many more art quilting techniques; Goddess on dyeing fabrics. On the Cover: "Vertigo" by Kathy York

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IN EACH ISSUE

Editor's Note

Letters from Readers

Call for Entries

About Our Contributors

Book Reviews

In the Spotlight:  "Grape Harvest"

Marketplace

Classifieds and
Ad Index

Goddess of the Last Minute
by Robbi Joy Eklow


FEATURE ARTICLES

Art History for Quilters, Part II: “Hey, Venus!”    
Amy Ropple

It’s Good to Get Distressed
Jane Dávila
Designing with ink pads

“Vertigo”
Kathy York
Conquering fears of mixed techniques

Runway Fashion Designer Turns Fabric Designer
 Pokey Bolton
Our editor chats with Jay McCarroll

Scan, Print, Stamp, & Stitch
Pamela Price Klebaum
One person’s debris is another’s art   

On Display: The Work of Swedish Quilter
Ulva Ugerup

Charlotte Yde

Thread Painting 101
Terry White
Using two threads at once for “new” colors

Power to the Hand Stitcher:
Laura Wasilowski
Transform a quilt with hand stitching

Color Therapy
Cynthia St. Charles
Glue gel resist

Illuminated Art Quilts
by Deborah Boschert
Getting inspiration from the past

Paintstik Passion
Melody Crust
Create art quilts using Shiva® Paintstiks®

Monoprinting with Paint
Liz Berg
Using a printing plate to create textured fabric

Minding Your Business
Jane Dávila
Art resolutions and setting goals

 

ONLINE EXTRAS

Quilt by Cynthia St. Charles





Editor Pokey Bolton interviews 'Project Runway' winner turned fabric designer, Jay McCarroll Page 28.


Amy Ropple brings art history into your ...
Page 14



Swedish art quilter Ulva Ugerup...
Page 36

 

 


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