In This Issue
Inside February/March 2009 Issue
|2008 Reader's Choice Awards |
See what-and-who-other QN readers like best about the quilting industry.
|Hearts Alive! |
Quiltmaker's Workship With Sonya Lee Barrington
Small quilts with hearts are what this art quilter for when she strip pieced and reverse appliqued her hand-dyed fabrics. Could a valentine for your sweetie be in the works?
|Scrap Strategies |
By Irene Berry
Go ahead-throw it in! When you're making scrap quilts, more really is more. Here's how to make too much of a good thing work in your quilts.
|Fantastic Fabric Face |
by Pamela Allen
Unconventional fabrics and wacky prints have more than personality-they have the hidden potential to become funky portrait quilts!
Foundation piece a rabbit; learn to bead as quickly as a bunny.
On the Cover
Happy Flowers by Hideko Kubota
Look closely at the quirky fabrics Hideko used and make your own version of her cool retro block.
In My Shade Garden
By Kathy Lincoln
Blur the line between traditional and artistic with this wall quilt.
By Georgiana B. Fries
Hand applique a scrumptious array of peaches and cherries on this strip-pieced throw.
By Sarah Maxwell and Dolores Smith
A pretty, feminine, and oh-so-chic bed quilt showcases a diverse line from Moda.
The Travel Blues
By Judith Baily
A two-color pineapple quilt for your bed is easy, fun, and accurate with foundation piecing.
Starring Tim and the Cousin Norma Earrings Part 1 of 3
By Marla Whalen
Strip piece the Lone Star in this black, white and hot pink shocker.
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