ELAINE QUEHL, Quilt Artist, Teacher, Dyer, Designer

Monday, May 26, 2014

Quilting Arts June/July 2014 Issue Available in Canada/New Northcott Line

Just to let readers know that the June/July issue of Quilting Arts Magazine, with my profile interview, is now available at news stands in Canada. I picked one up at Chapters on Saturday night.


Today I am sorting through hundreds of poppy photographs I've taken over the years. I need to come up with some sketches for my next Northcott line of fabric. Yes, the theme will be poppies, plus a luscious palette of mottled fabrics based on my hand-dyed fabrics. Just sharing a little poppy inspiration today.














14 comments:

  1. Woo hoo! Congrats, Elaine! I can't wait to pick up a copy.

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  2. Your cover was waiting for me when I got home last night; so looking forward to reading it. You deserve all the attention that comes your way. (I remember asking you, about 7 years ago, whether quilting and dyeing were your full-time job. At the time you didn't think it possible...)

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  3. I FINALLY got my copy today, Elaine. It is a very nice article. Lovely pics too. I hope you feel pleased with it? BTW, gorgeous poppies:-)

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    1. I am very pleased Carolynn. They article is true to what I wrote. Thank you :-)

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  4. I received my QA on Monday and enjoyed reading your interview. Very inspiring!

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  5. Congratulations again, Elaine! I await your poppy fabric line with 'bated breath, as we are now in the midst of the centennary of WWI and (currently) can't find much (if anything) in the way of poppy fabric!

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    1. Yes I suppose poppies are associated with Remembrance Day in a lot of people's minds Margaret. I did not think of that at all when I created my poppy quilts. They were about seizing joy.

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  6. Congratulations! Great article.

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    1. Thank you Delores. Glad you enjoyed the article.

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  7. The article was amazing. I loved the close-ups of your hostas. It is wonderful to see you honoured in this way! Well done.

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  8. Thank you so much Greta for your kind words :-)

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