Tag: Online Extra

Modern Patchwork Magazine July/August 2017

Whether you make bold and graphic bed quilts, small projects for your home, or charity quilts, these and more are all explored in the July/August 2017 issue of Modern Patchwork magazine. Join in the fun of modern quilting and explore the possibilities with new patterns from top designers, reviews of fresh fabrics and books, and…

Quilting Arts Magazine June/July 2017

The long days of summer offer the perfect opportunity to explore new possibilities and techniques with fabric and thread. And you don’t need to leave your own studio—why not schedule a “staycation” and try something new? The June/July 2017 issue of Quilting Arts Magazine provides loads of inspiration from top fiber artists for you to explore…

QuiltCon Magazine 2017

Produced by the editors of Modern Patchwork in close collaboration with the MQG, QuiltCon Magazine will inspire and delight modern quilting enthusiasts worldwide! Celebrate the fourth annual QuiltCon, the international conference and show created by and for the Modern Quilt Guild. 2017 brings the show to Savannah, GA, and the excitement is palpable. This magazine…

Quilting Arts Magazine December 2016/January 2017

  Make time for art quilting as you explore the inspirational and creative possibilities found in the December 2016/January 2017 issue of Quilting Arts Magazine. For those who love hand stitching, meet contemporary art quilter Susan Lenz whose approach to fiber is fresh and innovative. In addition, we’ve included a pattern for a little “Etui”…

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 QuiltFiber Art That Takes a Stand

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 December 2016/January 2017Quilting Arts…

Frieda Anderson: More artwork from Aug/Sept 2015 issue, Stitch by Stitch article by Jane Davila

Above, “The Farm” • 13″ x 15″ • Frieda Anderson ***The free download link is below for logged-in users. To access Quilting Daily web extras, bonus patterns, tips, techniques, and more—all absolutely FREE—please register or sign in here. *** Other topics you may enjoy:Quilting Arts Magazine June/July 2017Breast Pocket Reader ChallengeSusan Brubaker Knapp: Snowflake pattern…

DyeFusion & Donna Barnitz: More artwork from Aug/Sept 2015 issue

Above, three quiltlets (6″ x 6″) made from fabric sunprinted with soy, created by DyeFusion members. This dye/art group is from New Mexico. Members are Mary Moya, Colleen Konetzni, Lynn Rogers, Elizabeth Dawson, Brenda Williams, and Donna Barnitz. ***The free download link is below for logged-in users. To access Quilting Daily web extras, bonus patterns,…

Desiree Habicht: More artwork from Aug/Sept 2015 issue

***The free download link is below for logged-in users. To access Quilting Daily web extras, bonus patterns, tips, techniques, and more—all absolutely FREE—please register or sign in here. *** Other topics you may enjoy:Susan Brubaker Knapp: Snowflake pattern from April/May 2015Nysha Oren Nelson: More artwork from the April/May 2015 issueMargarita Korioth: More artwork from the…

Susan Brubaker Knapp: More artwork from Quilting Arts June/July 2015

***The free download link is below for logged-in users. To access Quilting Daily web extras, bonus patterns, tips, techniques, and more—all absolutely FREE—please register or sign in here. *** Other topics you may enjoy:Quilting Arts Magazine December 2016/January 2017Susan Brubaker Knapp: Snowflake pattern from April/May 2015Amy Cavaness shares her processSusan Brubaker Knapp: More Q&A on…