September 24, 2013

Cyanotype Article in Quilting Arts Magazine

Sue Reno, Botanist's Delight, Quilting Arts Magazine
My article on the cyanotype process is in Quilting Arts Magazine!  I’m so pleased and honored to have this opportunity to share one of my favorite surface design techniques with the Quilting Arts readership.  I take you step-by-step through the process, and make it easy for beginners to get good results.  I use cyanotype extensively in designing my art quilts, and I never tire of either the method or the results. 
Quilting Arts Magazine Cover, Issue 65
The article, “Botanist’s Delight” is the Oct./Nov. issue, which hits the newsstands today.  It was a great experience to work with the QA editorial team, and I'm very happy with the look of the article and the quilts that are featured.  It’s a great issue from cover to cover.  You can read more about it and order a copy at the Quilting Arts website store.

5 comments:

Frieda Oxenham said...

Lots of congratulations. My copy has just arrived and I can't wait to read more!

Pat Bishop said...

Congratulations Sue, Looking forward to reading the article.

Anni Matsick said...

Congratulations, Sue! Makes for a beautiful magazine spread!

Martha said...

Great article, Sue! It shows your fabulous work in the best light. Makes me want to do more sun-printing, and your instruction to press/flatten the plant material first is an ah-ha moment. Why didn't I think of that instead of trying to put pebbles on those curly leaves?
Martha Ginn

Janis Doucette said...

Nice work! Sunprinting is one of those things on my list of to-dos - thanks for sharing!