Thursday August 21st 2014

Posts Tagged ‘cyanotypes’

Elmer and Addie

Elmer and Addie

Don’t you just love a flea market? Here in the Denver area, I look forward all year to the Paris Street Market. It takes place once a month, May through October. (What’s actually French about it remains unclear.) Thousands of like-minded treasure hunters fight over [Read More]

Fun in the sun

Fun in the sun

When the TQL staff decided to put together an article about sunprinting (“Solar Powered Surface Design” for the August issue) we wondered “How hard can it be?” Famous last words. Immediately, we learned that quality control is very basic but doesn’t necessarily [Read More]

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The Quilt Life: The Final Issue

The Quilt Life: The Final Issue

The American Quilter’s Society has made the very difficult decision to cease publishing The Quilt Life magazine after [Read More]

Free Pattern: KIRUTO by Scott Murkin

Free Pattern: KIRUTO by Scott Murkin

This pieced quilt is a unique example of tessellating. The block design is visually obscured, and a subtle illusion of [Read More]

Des Moines Special Events 2014

Des Moines Special Events 2014

Everyone enjoys the AQS QuiltWeek events! From the outstanding contest entry quilts and fantastic special exhibits to [Read More]

Best Wall Quilt at Charlotte in 2014

Jackie Perry won the Best Wall Quilt award at AQS QuiltWeek – Charlotte, NC 2014. Her quilt, BALTIMORE ALBUM [Read More]

Free Pattern: STARS IN THE GARDEN

Free Pattern: STARS IN THE GARDEN

Bring your blooming garden inside! Pam Bono’s STARS IN THE GARDEN pattern for place mats and a table topper [Read More]

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