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Quilting Arts Magazine - February/March 2018

Quilting Arts Magazine - February/March 2018
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Issue 91 - February/ March 2018

In this issue, view a selection of quilts from SAQA's H2Oh! exhibition. In the Spotlight features Karen Swiech's "Four Letter Words: Memo to Self" - quilt inspired by existing issues of Quilting Arts. Objects of Comfort by Victoria Gertenbach - creating talismans from cloth, beads and shells; Master Class: Artful Improvisation with Maria Shell; Out of the Toolbox: Crisp & Clear Photo Transfers by Cheryl Sleboda; From the Dye Studio: Changing Colors by Candy Glendening - multicolor fabric from two primary colors; Layered Sun Printing by Martha Wolfe; Painting Geological Textures by Maggie Vanderweit - a monoprinting and overpainting technique; Painted Quilt Canvases by Nanette S. Zeller. Quilting Arts Magazine - February/ March 2018.

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