Quilting Arts August September 2009

A gelatin monoprint process; Asian-inspired, richly embroidered accessories; creating with silk: painted and beaded trees; printing with incised rubbing plates and non-toxic materials; the effective artist statement; The Lowell Fiber Studio; Artist Profile; The Whisper Challenge, and more. Cover quilt by Frances Holliday Alford.

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IN EACH ISSUE

Editor's Note

Letters from Readers

Call for Entries

About Our Contributors

Book Reviews

In the Spotlight: Textural Rhythms, Constructing the Jazz Tradition: An exhibition of contemporary African-American quilts,
by Sandra Sider

In the Spotlight: Linda Turner

Marketplace

Classifieds and
Ad Index

Goddess of the Last Minute
by Robbi Joy Eklow

FEATURE ARTICLES

“Flight of Fantasy”
Frances Holliday Alford
A gelatin monoprint process

Ethically Ethnic Cuffs
Jill Amanda Kennedy
Asian-inspired, richly embroidered accessories that won’t cost the earth

Stitchable Surfaces
Carol Shinn

From FREESTYLE MACHINE EMBROIDERY

Artist Profile: Ludmila Aristova
Susie Monday

Creating with Silk
Betty Busby
Painted & beaded trees

Deconstructed Engravings
Linda Colsh
Printing with incised rubbing plates
& non-toxic materials

The Whisper Quilt Challenge
Kris Sazaki and Deb Cashatt
A new take on an old game

Minding Your Business
Jane Dávila
The effective artist statement

2010 Calendar Contest: Judges' Choice

Sharing Studio Space: The Lowell Fiber Studio
with Sharon Sawyer


 

2010 Calendar Contest: Judges' Choice


Ethically Ethnic Cuffs
by Jill Amanda Kennedy


In the Spotlight: Textural Rhythms, Constructing the Jazz Tradition by Sandra Sider

 

Sharing Studio Space: The Lowell Fiber Studio, with Sharon Sawyer

Creating with Silk
by Betty Busby


 


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sha1non wrote
on 2 Aug 2009 6:08 PM

I so want to play the telephone game with my quilting friends.  It looks like so much fun!

As usual I'm so inspired and can't wait to create.  sha1non