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Explore the nuances of threadwork and embroidery in your next project as you use stitch to embellish, create a focal point, or to add visual and physical texture. Discover how Luke Haynes utilizes recycled textiles to create art quilts that speak to the human element of quilting, see how Judith Larzelere uses the strip-piecing technique to explore color from vibrant brights to a variety of whites, and be blown away by the impeccable quilts our readers made. Browse the pages of the February/March 2015 issue of Quilting Arts Magazine to uncover ideas that will inspire you to take up needle and thread!

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Recent Issues

  • Quilting Arts December 2009/January 2010

    Achieving multicolored silkscreen prints; Taking stitch-resist shibori beyond the norm with Mokume and Ori-nui shibori stitches; Artist Profile: Marianne R. Williamson; Pushing the boundaries of geometrical art quilting; SAQA@20: Art & Excellence - A sampling from an art quilt exhibit; Create unique fabric and fiber collages; Discharging fabrics to transfer travel photos onto quilts; A conversation with architect and quilter Valerie Goodwin; Using sticker resist and fabric paint to make your quilts communicate; 3 great projects; and much more... Cover quilt by Barbara McKie

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  • Quilting Arts October November 2009

    Designing Fabric; Sketches on fabric; Mixed-Media approach to quilting; dyeing technique; Sub Urban Art - selective Rusting; Edges; Monoprinting with texture plates; Journal quilts; Spontaneous explorations in color; Re-create your sketchbook images on cloth; Edges; Goddess at the last minute with Robbi Joy Eklow and much more... Cover quilt by Cathy Kleeman

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  • 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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  • Quilting Arts June/July 2009

    Expert tips for selling your art; fiber and stitch samplers; paper-fabric quilts; wilderness landscapes; creating unique fabrics with your computer; enhancing quilts with Paintstiks®; deconstructed rubbings for screenprinting and more; Goddess reminisces. Cover quilt by Karen Linduska.

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  • Quilting Arts Magazine April/May 2009

    Thread painting; pieced landscapes; perspectives on art and quilting with Inge Mardal and Steen Hougs; inspiration from the Symbolists; time management for artists; inspiration from a Kenyan tradition; image transfers; “Rock On!” challenge results; print fabrics with hardware store finds; Goddess on shipping quilts. On the Cover: Quilt by Cynthia St. Charles

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  • 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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  • Quilting Arts Magazine December/January 2009

    Katie Pasquini Masopust: profile and technique; Hollis Chatelain’s new exhibit; Byzantine inspiration; quick purses from wholecloth quilts; mid-arm quilting machines; dyeing and discharging fabrics; needle-felting techniques; dyeing with RIT® dye; men’s ties in quilts; Goddess on bikes and cars. On the Cover: Quilt by Malka Dubrawsky

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  • Quilting Arts Magazine October/November 2008

    Designing with sheer fabrics; soy wax for batik; quilts from photos and drawings; expert advice on selling your art; mixed-media canvas books; quilt storage and preservation; printing on fabric with Maggie Grey; collaged journal quilts; collaborative stitched book project; more “Go Green!” challenge results; Goddess on journaling. Cover quilt by Daisy Marks, Barbara Stone, Kyle Crowner, Judy Dillin, and Clarice Evans.

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  • 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

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  • Quilting Arts Magazine June/July 2008

    Fabric design with discharge dyeing, crayon rubbing, and painting; using your stash; digital design; machine needle felting; stamped fabrics with Adinkra symbols; designing with thread scraps; image transfers on fabric and paper; surface design in fabric collage; silk bowls; mounting quilts; “True Colors” challenge results; Goddess on cochineal. On the Cover: Quilt by Frances Holliday Alford

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  • 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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  • Quilting Arts Magazine February/March 2008

    Collaged fabric panels with found objects; wholecloth facing technique; monoprinting fabrics, including sheers; free-motion machine quilting; mounting and framing art quilts; flour paste resist with Jane Dunnewold; painterly quilt collage; eco-friendly journal quilting; 2007 Journal Quilt Project; Goddess on travel. On the Cover: "Sun Dance" by Frieda Anderson

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  • Quilting Arts Magazine December/January 2008

    The Kemshalls on inspiration and the creative journey; painted batting and interfacing as quilt surfaces; fabric collage techniques; discarded quilts re-worked with paint and stitch; profile of Pam RuBert; embellish with bead soup; needle-felted wonders; results from two challenges; Goddess on turning children's rooms into studio space. On the Cover: "Sedna" by Catherine Nicholls

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  • 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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