The first time I laid eyes on Malka Dubrawsky's quilts a few years back, I sat up and took notice. Now, here was someone who was taking basic patchwork quilt blocks and giving them a fresh and contemporary spin using color and freehand cutting and piecing. Since, then I have seen Malka's work...
12 Jun 2012
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One reason why many quilt artists prefer to fuse rather than piece their quilts is because piecing can be time-consuming. But with the rise of the modern patchwork quilt (and the availability of pre-cut, coordinated fabric packs like jelly rolls), hand and machine piecing are making a comeback among...
Aren't we all craving signs of spring right about now? I know I am. Heck, I'd be happy to go right to summer! Back at Quilting Arts headquarters in Massachusetts, spring is slow to arrive. In fact, we can have snow as late as May. But everyone on the staff knows that once we get that first warm...