June 22, 2012

“Ginger” featured in Machine Quilting Unlimited

I’m thrilled to share that my art quilt Ginger is featured in the July/August 2012 issue of Machine Quilting Unlimited magazine.  It’s on the back page, in their “Jaw Dropper” feature, with a full image and a close up showing the intensive machine stitching.  Ginger features a cyanotype on silk for the center panel, with patchwork made entirely of Mysore silks from India, and measures 60” x 60”. 

You can read about its inspiration and design on my previous blog post here

But it’s not all about me!  My advance copy--it will be on news stands very soon--is chock full of the wonderful blend of beauty, inspiration, and information you can use that has become Machine Quilting Unlimited’s trademark.  There really is something here for everyone with an interest in machine quilting, both as craft practice and as an artistic expression.  I'm particularly enjoying the article on my friend Judith Trager’s Grand Canyon Series in this issue.

Look for it in the stores or in your mailbox!  And as always, thanks for reading and commenting.

1 comment:

DeCamp Fiber Arts Studio said...

Nice publicity for a beautiful piece... Congrats!!