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Quilting Arts Magazine - February/March 2020

Quilting Arts Magazine - February/March 2020
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February/March 2020

In this issue, enjoy an Artist Profile with Carole Pollard and read the Artist Q&A with Jill Kerttula. View a selection of quilts from Seven SAQA Pacific regions - Shifting Tides - Convergence in cloth - a group exhibit to shine a light on the issues facing the Pacific Ocean today. In the spotlight features Margaret Abramshe and her collection of art quilts. In Design & Stitch: Layered Texture - Three methods to enhance quilts; Cheesecloth Skins by Margarita Korioth; Sticks and Stones - Add natural elements to a small quilt; Create a fabric stash book; Fine Finish - Add a professional edge to your art quilt. Just for fun: Make your own leaves with Nancy Ryan; Experiments with wool felt and batting and Fast Fusing - a mosaic technique. Quilting Arts Magazine - February/March 2020.

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