I am again so excited to be published in Quilting Arts magazine! For more information and to purchase this issue, check it out HERE.
Here are a couple of the pieces I made with my spin art.
My article shows five different techniques I developed using the spin-art machine. That was a fun assignment.
Also in this issue is an article by Carol Ludington on her Iced Parfait dyeing technique. She mentions in her article that she was inspired by my ice dyeing article in the August/September issue of Quilting Arts. It’s so nice and a blessing to be able to inspire others. I am definitely going to try her technique soon.
Quilting Arts is a magazine I absolutely love. It’s also a joy to work with the staff there. Now to get back to some creating. Happy Sunday all!
That’s cool! I’ve always loved spin art.
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GREAT article, Lynda! Congrats on your second publication in QA. So are you finished with jury duty now? We need to have lunch!
just to let you know my new blog address…..and say love these prints.xlynda
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congratulations! very cool technique!!!
Kathy, Yes, I am FREE!! Would love to do lunch and catch up! I’ll email ya.
Lynda, Thanks for the updated blog address. Lynda
Upstatelisa, Thanks! And thanks for dropping by. Lynda
Lynda, I couldn’t have done it without your article in QA! Thank you for the inspiration and the hours of pure joy making art cloth!!
Carol, I’m so glad you I inspired you! I love your article in this issue and it spurred me to do some ice dyeing yesterday. Can’t wait to see my results later today! Thanks for commenting.
Congratulations Lynda, that’s great!! I love that black piece, so interesting!
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I love getting your blog posts. It totally cheers up my day as a quilter, foodie, and gardener. Now you’re in one of my most favorite magazines. Congradulations. I hope I win!!!
Lavenders are my most favorite flowers to grow. Love the color, scent and shape. You have more in your garden than I do. Some just don’t like our wet Northwest area. It’s amazing the different shades of lavender they come in: pinks, blues, dark, medium and light. No matter what, they’re my fav.