New Zealand Quilter Magazine - April 2012
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Issue 79 - April 2012
In this issue: Linda Young -fashioning a successful carer as a longarm quilter; A Fresh Perspective; Modern Quilt Guilds are springing up all over the world; Kiwi Icons; Rapt in Quilts - a strong showing from Kapiti Coast Quilters; Color Choices - Marge Hurst explores the many facets of color in quilts; Passing on skills - Quilting is making a difference at Auckland Women's Corrections Facility; History in the making - Two quilt tops from Akaroa give a rare insight into the lives of the makers; Memento Mori - Jo Dixey's unusual quilt using skull motifs; Machine Quilters' Directory; Viewpoint - Shirley Dixon finds NZ exhibitions can hold their own with overseas shows; Patterns, Projects & Techniques: Top Tips; Pocket project - Anne Scott creates a handy hussif; Fantail Flitter - A quilting design from featured quilter Linda Young; Millefiori - cobwebs and bulls-eyes create a flower power masterpiece in Chris Kenna's pattern; Toi Toi - the fourth block from Joanne Mitchell's award winn quilt A Cut Above; Spring Flowers Border - Get your blocks ready, it's time to start on the border for Margaret Matthews' quilt; Stitchbird - Jenny Hunter's new block captures our native honeyeater, the Hihi. New Zealand Quilter Magazine, Issue 79.