Quiltmaker Magazine and Giveaway

Christmas in October
I'm always excited to see the fabric quilters choose to work with. It's part of the magic in the air during workshops. The images below are from the Arrowhead workshop I gave this past summer at "Quilting by the Lake" in Syracuse.
Recently six staff members of Quiltmaker Magazine chose different Christmas fabric collections to make their Arrowhead.quilts. The six quilts are featured in Quiltmaker's November/December 2010 issue in an article that presents my rotary cutting method for the Arrowhead block. In true Quiltmaker thoroughness, everything is covered, including a quilting motif.  The icing on the cake was this interview and giveaway.
March 2011 edit from Anita: Though Quiltmaker magazine sold out of all printed issues of Nov/Dec ’10, that issue is now available as a digital download.   It’s also available as part of the 2010 Collection on DVD

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

In the preview at Connecting Threads a couple of months ago, I loved this Arrowhead quilt so much and bought the book. The cutting and construction of the pineapple and no-waste windmill quilts were icing on the cake. I love your techniques; thanks for sharing. I wish I could think like you do!

Anonymous said...

This book looks like it will be a great source of inspiration. I would love to take many of the designs and combine them to see how they form secondary designs and make some twists and tweaks of my own to make a really interesting work.

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