Quilting Arts April/May 2013

Explore how coffee and tea can satisfy your taste buds AND quilt art with the April/May 2013 issue of Quilting Arts Magazine!
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Cheers to that blissfully strong and steamy cup of “Joe”! With this issue of Quilting Arts, you’ll have even more reasons to celebrate the beverage. Join artists from around the world as they bring innovation to quilt design with their favorite beveragescoffee and tea. With more than 15 quilts and projects, you’ll be inspired to join in the fun.

Get ready to discover:

  • A reader’s challenge gallery that sets the tone with a dozen beverage-inspired quilts, and also is the source of our inspiring cover quilt by Els Vereycken
  • Coffee cup sketches first created with watercolors then made into quilts by Sue Bleiweiss
  • How a quilt of a foaming latté was made using Tsukineko inks with colored newspaper transfers by Jeannie Palmer Moore
  • The work of Connie Marie Fahrion as she paints and tears coffee filters for her stitched collages
  • Artist Holly McLean as she shares her methods for creating painted shibori fabric
  • Teri Lucas who will show you how to take the mystery out of stitching with faux suede
  • How to add stitch to a mixed-media collage with Leslie Tucker Jennison
  • Plus so much more!

There’s also a beautiful gallery of inspiring spring and summer themed quilts by the Studio Art Quilt Associates, a review of social media sites by Jane Dávila in her popular Minding Your Business column, and a profile of the Q.Art Belgium quilt group. And don’t miss an interview with artist Kate Themel, a profile of Melody Randol, and the story behind Elena Stokes’ stunning quilts. This issue is packed with inspiring art and wonderful projects for art quilters everywhere!

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