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At top: Dutch Morning by Vicki Bohnhoff. Above, left: My Feathered Friend © Laura Ruiz. At right: Sunset Point © 2011 Roxane Lessa.

May/June 2018

Find your muse in this 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. Journey into fabric design with Jeanie Sumrall-Ajero, brush up on Cross Hatching basics with Margaret Solomon Gunn, and more, in this issue of MQU.

Download the Table of Contents for a complete list of what’s inside the May/June 2018 issue, and get the Web Extras here:

Reflections

Stitching the American Southwest 

A Lifetime of Learning 

 

Above: Dutch Morning byVicki Bohnhoff.

May/

June 2018

Find your muse in this 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. Journey into fabric design with Jeanie Sumrall-Ajero, brush up on Cross Hatching basics with Margaret Solomon Gunn, and more, in this issue of MQU.

Download the Table of Contents for a complete list of what’s inside the May/June 2018 issue, and get the Web Extras here:

Reflections

Stitching the American Southwest 

A Lifetime of Learning

 

Above: My Feathered Friend © Laura Ruiz.
Above: Sunset Point© 2011 Roxane Lessa.

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