Quilting Arts covers the latest techniques in art and embellished quilting, wearable arts, mixed media, surface design, and other textile arts. Features guest artists and teachers, and addresses a wide range of skills including surface embroidery, thread painting, stamping, and fabric painting.

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    A unique and wonderful quilting magazine

    I saw my first issue of Quilting Arts magazine at the International Quilt Festival in November 2001. My first impression was that the magazine had a wonderful "look": it is printed on high-quality paper, with beautful photography and a pleasing layout. I subscribed immediately, and picked up the first two issues at the quiltshow. Each new issues seems better than the previous one. A wide variety of fiber-artists are featured. Articles showcasing a particular technique are well-photographed, with easy to follow text. This should be must-have
    for anyone interested fiber art.

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    Reaching the Artist in the Quilter

    No other quilting magazine can match Quilting Arts Magazine. Though it is a quarterly production it is rich in materials and helpful in bring out the artist in the quilter. The issue on wearable art is fantastic, with ideas that beg to be tried out. It may seem to be for the established artist, but it certainly spoke to me, who has only made a few wall quilts and bed quilts. I had just finished my first attempt at a quilted garment when I saw this issue, and it completely dazzled me, AND said to me, "You are an artist, too!" I highly recommend the magazine to all who would expand their horizons in quilting and clothing ornamentatio

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    The joy of Quilting Arts Magazine by Indigo

    This is one of the most inspirational (and beautiful) magazines I've ever purchased. The only sad part is that it's only published 4 times a year; but it's still worth every cent. I read each of mine from cover to cover more than once. Each month focuses on a new artist that works in fiber (quilting; embellished boxes; altered books; fabric painting; etc.). Quilting Arts Magazine is geared more toward the non-traditional quilter; which is so nice since there is a noticable lack of such material to be purchased. The traditional quilter might find the projects inspirational and challenging as well. Speaking of challenges...the magazine usually has some sort...

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