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May/June 2018



Find your muse in the May/June 2018 issue of Machine Quilting Unlimited.


Cover artist Marilyn Belford looks to mythology to find subjects for some of her quilts. We love her more intimate portraits that capture family and friends. You may find inspiration in our selection of Art Quilts: Work by Members of Studio Art Quilt Associates, or in the mountain and desert landscape quilts in editor Kit Robinson’s article, Stitching the American Southwest.

Don’t miss these great articles:

• Learn how Jeanie Sumrall-Ajero creates digital images for fabric designs.

• Brush up on Cross Hatching basics with Margaret Solomon Gunn.

• Explore Carol Duffy’s Brave New World of Computerized Quilting.

• Go graphic with Vicki Conley’s technique for making National Parks Quilts.

• Follow Pauline Salzman’s Lifetime of Learning in this issue’s Art Studio.

• Expand Your Appliqué Toolbox with Linda Turner Griepentrog’s review of tools and notions.

Lichen (detail) © Betty Busby
Matteo and the Amaryllis (detail) by Sandra Bruce
Limelight (detail) © 2014 Sue de Vanny
Nature's Whimsy, (detail) © 2017 Lisa-Marie Sanders
Chocolate Truffles (detail) ©2017 Carolyn Rider
Storm Watch (detail) © 2017 Sue Reno

At top: A New England Album (detail) © 2017 Carol Duffy.

Center row, left: Zen Garden (detail) © 2012 Margaret Solomon Gunn; Center row, middle: Imagine This (detail) Jeanie Sumrall-Ajero; Center row, right: Protea, (detail) Kathleen McCabe Coronado.

Bottom row, left: Reach for the Sky (detail) © 2017 Vicky Conley. Bottom row, right: Rundy (detail) © 2005 Marilyn Belford.


Find your muse in the May/June 2018 issue of Machine Quilting Unlimited.


Cover artist Marilyn Belford looks to mythology to find subjects for some of her quilts. We love her more intimate portraits that capture family and friends. You may find inspiration in our selection of Art Quilts: Work by Members of Studio Art Quilt Associates, or in the mountain and desert landscape quilts in editor Kit Robinson’s article, Stitching the American Southwest.

Don’t miss these great articles:

• Learn how Jeanie Sumrall-Ajero creates digital images for fabric designs.

• Brush up on Cross Hatching basics with Margaret Solomon Gunn.

• Explore Carol Duffy’s Brave New World of Computerized Quilting.

• Go graphic with Vicki Conley’s technique for making National Parks Quilts.

• Follow Pauline Salzman’s Lifetime of Learning in this issue’s Art Studio.

• Expand Your Appliqué Toolbox with Linda Turner Griepentrog’s review of tools and notions.

Lichen (detail) © Betty Busby

Above: A New England Album (detail) © 2017 Carol Duffy.

 

Matteo and the Amaryllis (detail) by Sandra Bruce

Above: Zen Garden (detail) © 2012 Margaret Solomon Gunn.

Limelight (detail) © 2014 Sue de Vanny

Above: Imagine This (detail) Jeanie Sumrall-Ajero.

Nature's Whimsy, (detail) © 2017 Lisa-Marie Sanders

Above: Protea, (detail) Kathleen McCabe Coronado.

Chocolate Truffles (detail) ©2017 Carolyn Rider

Above: Reach for the Sky (detail) © 2017 Vicky Conley.

Storm Watch (detail) © 2017 Sue Reno

Above: Rundy (detail) © 2005 Marilyn Belford.

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