Quiltmania magazine review

Quiltmania magazine review

The July/August issue of Quiltmania is in our library now for members to borrow, and it’s a cornucopia of ideas.

Grab a cuppa and be Inspired by the guest artists at the Pour L’Amour du Fil exhibition, a vintage-themed showcase of the diversity that is quilting.

Swoon at the glory of Boutis embroidery work. If you have a mathematical bent, you will be intrigued by the Personal Geometry Quilts article, and if you love colour, you’ll be booking a trip to India when you glimpse the Godharis from Maharashtra article.

And that’s before you even get to the Projects section… Here is something for just about everyone. From the muted batik glory of Indian Summer; to the vintage delight of Rosarie; the playful joy of Fishnet and positive vibes of Stardust.

And you applique-ists are not forgotten… The glorious clean lines of Maureen’s Quilt showcase oak leaves and flying birds. Speaking of birds, the exuberant joyousness of African Marula and the African Tulip Tote make even this dedicated piecer itch to take up the embroidery needle.

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enjoy,

Sarah...