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Covid - Issue 15

The Covid issue of Curated Quilts focuses on quilts made during the pandemic. The issue has a gallery full of inspiring and emotional quilts, three feature articles, a creative reset, and more!

If you would like to also purchase previous issues, they are available for purchase here. Digital versions of previous issues are available for purchase here. 

 

Table of Contents:

  • Covid Gallery
  • Tourist Stop Coming. Gotham Quilts Keeps Going by Teresa Duryea Wong
  • The Connected Project by Berene Campbell
  • Creative Reset: Creating Daily with Dice by Mel Beach
  • QuiltCon Together: Modern Quilters Connect Virtually by Laura Hopper
  • Quilt: Aching Absence—Missing Hugs During a Pandemic by Gwen Edwards
  • Curated Studio
  • Covid Mini Quilt Challenge
  • Morning Make: How Daily Creative Practice Fuels You by Cheryl Arkison
  • On Trend: Creating New Connections Through a Pandemic by Carolina Oneto
  • Mixed Emotions by Becky McNeill

*This issue does not include quilt patterns.

96 pages, shipping 4/1/2021

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L.S.
Reviving Creativity

First time I've purchased Curated Quilts. Her article presented a fun process for jump starting our creativity. It was discussed in Mel Beach's appearance on the online channel The Quilt Show. Want to use her process with members of the Madison Contemporary Fiber Artists group. Looks like fun small projects.

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D.D.B.
Interesting and enjoyable

I bought this issue because of Mel Beach’s article. The other articles turned out to be good reads too. The issue was an enjoyable surprise of articles spanning facets of quilting.

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A.N.
Pandemic philosophy

The issue features life through the history and artistry and hands-on creativeness of fiber arts/quilting.

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Comfort during panic

I loved the sewn reactions of quilt artists to their experiences of this year without normal. Some I could identify with more than others, but we all experienced things differently.

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S.L.

Excellent issue

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