Giveaway: Quilting Arts June/July 2013 issue

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QA-Jun2013-Portraits1I just opened the June/July 2013 issue of Quilting Arts today and eagerly read Martha Sielman’s article, “Creating Realistic Portraits.” Obviously, a topic near and dear to my heart.

In the article, she explored three specific areas, “capturing someone’s personality through their eyes, creating hands that do not look awkward or out of scale, and quilting the work without creating unwanted wrinkles.” She illustrated her article with quilts made by Jenny Bowker, Lora Rocke, Mary Pal, Cheryl Ferrin, and my quilt, “Windblown.”


Of course, there’s lots of other great stuff in this issue, too!

QA-Jun2013-Portraits3I’m happy to say that I have one issue of this Quilting Arts Magazine to give away! If you’d like a chance to win it, just leave a comment below, and in a couple days I’ll pick a winner by the Random Number Generator.

This give away is now complete.

19 Responses

  1. Janet T

    Hi Maria, I love your work and have your making faces DVD but am still waiting for the inspiration (and time) to use it. I’d love to have a copy of Quilting Arts with this article. These are all areas I feel unsure about.
    Thanks for the chance to get it free; if I don’t win I’ll look for the issue. 🙂

  2. Lynn Lambert

    Congratulations on getting mentioned in a Quilting Arts article. I am excited to say I just signed up to take your class for the second time thru my quilt guild.

  3. Deb

    Almost picked this up at the newsstand the other day. If I don’t win, I guess I’ll have to o back & get it.

  4. Ann Wiseman

    I’d love to take this extra copy off your hands : ) !! Congratulations!

  5. Lori

    I can’t always find the magazines I want around here, the joys of small towns! Hope I’m the lucky winner.

  6. Mel Nowlan

    Ooh love a good competition – thanks for the chance to win 🙂

  7. Laura Kresowski

    Maria, I always look forward to reading your blog and seeing your “works in progress”. You are such an inspiration! I look forward to seeing who among us wins the drawing!!

  8. Dee

    Maria, I’m especially interested in the wrinkles problem… looking forward to seeing how you quilt the faces of the girls when you resume your latest project, and would also love to win this mag. Thanks!

  9. Deb Berkebile

    Love these portrait quilts…I have been collecting all my items to start on one.

  10. Patricia Standefer

    You are such an inspiration! When I grow up, I want to be like you! LOL. I absolutely LOVE your work. Congratulations on “Windblown” being included.

  11. Brenda Johnson

    I could use some help generating realistic portraits, so count me in!

  12. Ed Chamness

    Wolld love to get the magazine…OK on the portrait article, but the headline on mono-prints caught my eye… I was wondering the other day if you had done mono-prints on fabric…I think I would like to try that…

  13. Kate Vaughan

    Sure hope I winI love this magazine!