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Quilting Arts Magazine, October/November 2016

Make time to explore dozens of innovative and creative possibilities found in the 2016 October/November issue of Quilting Arts Magazine. For those who love machine quilting and want to improve their skills, learn about stitching organic backgrounds and creating beautiful feathers. Have you tried painting on fabric? Learn two techniques: spontaneous fabric painting and using…

Announcing ‘Who Do You Love?’ Reader Challenge finalists!

In the August/September issue of Quilting Arts, we presented the “Who Do You Love?” Reader Challenge and our clever readers stepped up to the challenge! Each quilt was a homage to someone who makes the heart beat faster. It was hard to choose but we’re pleased and proud to announce the finalists of this challenge: Beth…

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Quilting Arts Magazine, August/September 2016

As summer wanes and autumn approaches, this issue of Quilting Arts Magazine has inspiring galleries, dozens of techniques, fun projects, and artist features sure to stimulate your creativity. Lorie McCown will guide you to look at handwork with new appreciation, Susan Carlson will thrill you with a giant quilt, Dawn Allen provides food for thought…


Quilting Arts Magazine June/July 2016

Get ready for summer with the latest issue of Quilting Arts Magazine.  This issue has inspiring galleries, group quilts, dozens of techniques,  and artist features sure to stimulate your creativity. Rediscover handwork and embroidery  with Laura Wasilowski. She shows you how to take small vignettes of everyday life and hand stitch without a pattern. Wendy…

"Pretty Yellow Coneflower II" (detail) by Wendy Butler Berns

Coneflower template from Wendy Butler Berns

From Quilting Arts Magazine, June/July 2016 issue. Click here to download Wendy’s coneflower template: Berns_Flower_Template_QA81 Other topics you may enjoy:Quilting Arts Magazine June/July 2016Monet’s Waterlillies Inspired Impressionistic Art QuiltCaptivated by Maria ElkinsImpressionistic Style Art QuiltYour Art Quilts Will Bloom and Flutter with this Easy Applique Technique


More artwork from Susan Purney Mark

Susan’s article, “Ice Dyeing + Shibori Folding” appears in the June/July 2016 issue of Quilting Arts Magazine. Susan shared so many of her beautiful, hand-crafted fabrics that we ran out of room! Here are more examples of her stunning work with fabric and dye. Other topics you may enjoy:Quilting Arts Magazine June/July 2016Fabric Dyeing Techniques:…

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Quilting Arts Magazine, April/May 2016

Be inspired and energized in your art quilting as renowned quilt artists share their expertise in a variety of techniques, including thread painting facial features with Lea McComas, precision piecing with Frieda Anderson, and artistic surface designs with stencils with Lynn Krawczyk. Experience a range of techniques in this issue including making textured collages with…


Quilting Arts Magazine, February/March 2016

In this issue of Quilting Arts, we gathered a wide variety of techniques and encourage you to experiment along with our expert contributors as you explore things like the hot new trend, Pixel Portraits, machine quilting circles and curves with Susan Brubaker Knapp, making cyanotype prints with Sue Reno, and more! You’ll love this magazine…


How to Use an Embroidery Hoop to Screen Print

Screen printing with embroidery hoops is an easy and cost-effective way to try this surface design mainstay. All you need to get started is an embroidery hoop, about a fat quarter of Speedball screen printing fabric (110 mesh) or a sheer polyester fabric, a paint brush, Mod Podge®, a foam brush, and screen printing ink.

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Quilting Arts Magazine, December 2015/January 2016 issue

   Celebrate with us! With this issue, Quilting Arts Magazine enters its 15th year of publication, and our readers and contributors have made it a special issue indeed. With a host of reader challenge quilts inspired by past articles, a new series of skill builders from longtime contributor Lynn Krawczyk, and fiber art enhanced by…