DIGITAL Abstract - Issue 23

The Abstract issue of Curated Quilts focuses on quilts that include abstract ideas or meaning. The issue has a gallery full of inspiring quilts, four 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:

  • Abstract Gallery - Extended
  • Spontaneously Abstract: Antique African American Quilts from Alabama: by Teresa Duryea Wong
  • Finding your Improv Flow by Shannon Fraser and Amanda Carye 
  • Creative Reset: From Still Life to Abstraction by Tania Denyer
  • Abstraction in Improv: How Stripping Away can Deepen a Quilt’s Meaning by Melanie Tuazon
  • On Trend: Stitches Embedded with Memories by Maday Delgado
  • Curated Studio curated by Brittany Bowen Burton
  • Abstract Mini Quilt Challenge

Extended Version - Includes extra Gallery quilts by passionate makers! 

Digital files can be downloaded in either/both .EPUB or .PDF formats once the transaction is complete. Look for links to download in your email, or the checkout confirmation page. 


Customer Reviews

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Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
Gail Sevilla
Just miss flipping through paper.

So many great quilts and quilters that I did not know about. I love the theme. I just now looked at it but I wish I could bring it in my lap to a comfy chair to look at on paper. Have you considered going back to paper?

Llewellyn H. Coon
Really interesting information

Loved looking through this magazine and checking out the info. Always learn something new

Emily Williams

Truly enjoyed! Excellent combination of history, technique, and personal stories. And I always find inspiration and new folks to follow on instagram.

Miriam Skelton
CQ issue 23 - Abstract

As always CQ came out with a beautiful issue of their quarterly magazine. It was an interesting issue but unfortunately, I prefer quilts that are sweet and pretty, not so much abstract. Also, I was thrilled when my little quilt was chosen to be featured in the mini quilt challenge section - but was disappointed to hear only digital copies were going to be produced. I was really hoping to receive a hard copy.

Patricia Charity
Another great issue

Wide variety of examples of abstract quilts. Loved the stories behind the creation and inspiration of the work. Inspired me to try new designs and techniques. Always great to get a kick start on new projects.

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