The Paper-Pieced issue of Curated Quilts focuses on quilts using paper-piecing to construct some or all of the quilt. The issue has a gallery full of inspiring quilts, three feature articles, a creative reset, three patterns, and more!
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Each Curated Quilts journal is focused on one theme - we curate a selection of modern quilts from the modern quilt making community to feature in our gallery and throughout the journal.
Each issue includes five articles, including trending ideas and a creative reset to recharge your creativity in the studio, all with a general focus on the theme as well.
Our Mini Quilt Challenge continues to be a reader favorite, as the color palette and inspiration always offer an element of unknown to their mini creations.
We hope you enjoy your time here and get to know Curated Quilts a little better before you go.
- Amy & Christine
Meet Christine & Amy
We bonded over our love of quilts and found the number of modern quilt shows in our area lacking. Knowing that this is the case for quilters everywhere, we decided to create a regular source of inspiration that can be enjoyed anywhere! Curated Quilts celebrates the community that we love being a part of and can't wait to inspire you.
WAs OK once you sent the 1 page pdf otherwise it was unreadable
Excellent content. Reading on my computer was frustrating. I kept having to swing between the text and the illustrations. Maddening. Digital works for text (as in an e-book) but, at least for me, in a journal that depends so heavily on pictorial content (i.e., photographs and illustrations) it is not very successful. I miss the printed journal and would be willing to pay more for that format.
The quilts are inspiring. I have left conventional patterns behind after 35 years of quilting and come up with my own designs. I often work from conventional designs, (and give credit where credit is due) but modernize them and use my color choices which are often very unconventional. This magazine inspired me to keep exploring ways to grow in my quilting. Gwen Marston truly liberated the way I approach quilting.
Loved this issue!. Beautiful photography, informative articles on relevant topics. Looking forward to the next!
This issue represents works from various creators using EPP and foundation paper piecing. There are three foundation paper piecing projects with templates, one a bit larger but suitable for a beginner, and the others are good for advanced beginners.
A beautiful magazine/book that is not always available in my area. My first and definitely not my last digital issue. Thank you for creating such a lovely magazine.
Not a fan of digital presentation, though. I'm not sure I will take any in the future. But I do love your publication. So I'm very torn.
On first download the pages past page 21 were blurry, never came into focus. Downloaded again and all seems fine.
The digital version of Curated Quilts Paper-pieced issue was wonderful to read. It has the same quality of articles and quilts as the previously printed versions. However, I do miss holding the journal in hand and reading it from cover to cover.
Not a fan of digital magazines! With that said Curated Quilts has kept to its great content. I miss the feel of the page, just saying! I would rather have this digital format than not have it at all.
Digital issues have come a long way in improving the quality of digital magazines. This was my first issue and was very similar to reading a paper copy.
I am getting back into quilting (made quite a few quilts 20+ year ago), and so excited for all of the new-to-me techniques -- Curated Quilts is such an inspiration!