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Machine Quilting Unlimited Magazine - September/October 2016

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September/ October 2016

Machine Quilting Unlimited Magazine is focused on the machine quilting process, whether you are using a domestic sewing machine, small frame system or professional longarm machine. In this issue: Jill Kerttula adds movements, color, depth and detail to her photography-inspired art quilts through the power of stitching. View nine quilts, with close-ups, from the Concrete & Grassland show by SAQA and the Grants Pass Museum of Art. Pattern designer Laura Heine explains how she paints with fabric to create her stunning collage quilts. Margaret Solomon Gunn gives tips for making a show quilt, Linda Tuner Griepentrog will help you care for your quilts. Have fun with a new dying technique - Quilting Ice Dyed Whole Cloths with Patricia I. Caldwell. Machine Quilting Unlimited Magazine - September/ October 2016.

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