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Quilting Arts Magazine

Spring 2022
Magazine

Quilting Arts Magazine is published six times a year. Whether you consider yourself a contemporary quilter, fiber artist, art quilter, embellished quilter, or wearable art artist, Quilting Arts strives to meet your creative needs. Get Quilting Arts Magazine digital magazine subscription today for exceptional how-to articles, profiles artists, features guest teachers, and explores contemporary textile works, surface design, embellishments, and motifs.

editor’s note

Quilting Arts Magazine

it’s your turn

about our contributors • Susan Brubaker Knapp is the host of “Quilting Arts TV,” co-host of the “Quilting Arts Podcast,” and a studio fiber artist, author, and teacher. Susan lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and teaches in the U.S. and internationally. susanbrubakerknapp.com

artist profile Judith Quinn Garnett • PORTLAND, OREGON

Nanette Zeller • Southern Pines, North Carolina

PIECED PLAIDS

Process over Pattern

studio style • Focus on books: add these titles to your quilter’s library

For the Love of Gaia EXHIBITION

Applying ACRYLIC SKINS

artist Q &A • A conversation with Terrie Hancock Mangat

MEET THE Ocean Wave Quilters Guild • MENDOCINO, CALIFORNIA

Add a Pop of COLOR

studio style • Focus on your studio: add these fabrics and tools to your quilter’s tool kit

CONNECTIONS • A Studio Art Quilt Associates Global Exhibition

Make the Shadows Dance • Art that is truly ‘outside the box’

Kitchen Garden Quilts

TIME WAITS FOR NO ONE • RESULTS FROM THE ‘TRAVEL NEAR & FAR’ READER CHALLENGE

Pop Art PETS • INTRODUCING OUR LATEST READER CHALLENGE

Upcycling = Respect • Quilters consider their impact on the environment

SIMPLE LAYERED STITCH Part 2 • Ideas for using serendipitous hand-stitched blocks

Color Takes Center Stage: MONOLOGUING

WANTED: You and Your Work • Submit today and become part of the Quilting Arts family

the last word.


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Frequency: Quarterly Pages: 124 Publisher: Peak Media Properties, LLC Edition: Spring 2022

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: March 1, 2022

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Crafts

Languages

English

Quilting Arts Magazine is published six times a year. Whether you consider yourself a contemporary quilter, fiber artist, art quilter, embellished quilter, or wearable art artist, Quilting Arts strives to meet your creative needs. Get Quilting Arts Magazine digital magazine subscription today for exceptional how-to articles, profiles artists, features guest teachers, and explores contemporary textile works, surface design, embellishments, and motifs.

editor’s note

Quilting Arts Magazine

it’s your turn

about our contributors • Susan Brubaker Knapp is the host of “Quilting Arts TV,” co-host of the “Quilting Arts Podcast,” and a studio fiber artist, author, and teacher. Susan lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and teaches in the U.S. and internationally. susanbrubakerknapp.com

artist profile Judith Quinn Garnett • PORTLAND, OREGON

Nanette Zeller • Southern Pines, North Carolina

PIECED PLAIDS

Process over Pattern

studio style • Focus on books: add these titles to your quilter’s library

For the Love of Gaia EXHIBITION

Applying ACRYLIC SKINS

artist Q &A • A conversation with Terrie Hancock Mangat

MEET THE Ocean Wave Quilters Guild • MENDOCINO, CALIFORNIA

Add a Pop of COLOR

studio style • Focus on your studio: add these fabrics and tools to your quilter’s tool kit

CONNECTIONS • A Studio Art Quilt Associates Global Exhibition

Make the Shadows Dance • Art that is truly ‘outside the box’

Kitchen Garden Quilts

TIME WAITS FOR NO ONE • RESULTS FROM THE ‘TRAVEL NEAR & FAR’ READER CHALLENGE

Pop Art PETS • INTRODUCING OUR LATEST READER CHALLENGE

Upcycling = Respect • Quilters consider their impact on the environment

SIMPLE LAYERED STITCH Part 2 • Ideas for using serendipitous hand-stitched blocks

Color Takes Center Stage: MONOLOGUING

WANTED: You and Your Work • Submit today and become part of the Quilting Arts family

the last word.


Expand title description text