DIGITAL Paper-Pieced - Issue 22

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!

Table of Contents:

  • Paper-Pieced Gallery
  • Old Newspapers & Everyday Papers by Teresa Duryea Wong
  • Patience, Perspective, and the Process of Quiltmaking by Cheryl Arkison
  • Creative Reset: Intuitive Paper Piecing by Audrey Esarey
  • Black Cotton (part 3): Our Future by TaMara Howard
  • Paper-Pieced Mini Quilt Challenge
  • On Trend: Falling in love with Foundation Paper Piecing by Veruschka Zarate
  • Alderbrook pattern by Julia Wachs
  • Love Lock by Berene Campbell
  • Clustered Rings by Mary E Flynn

      80 pages + Pattern Templates

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      Linda Heglin

      The content of the magazine is stellar, as always. Electronic vs paper is a mixed bag for this quilter of a certain age, but it might be growing on me. It isn't easy to share as with a hard copy, but trees and energy have been saved. I like that I can easily zoom in for the smaller font. I'm sure I'll purchase the next edition.

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      Patty McArdle
      Appropriate

      Beautiful photos.

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      Fenny Dane
      Digital issue

      I would prefer a non-digital issue so I can at leisure look though the pages. I hope you will get back to a paper copy

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      Katherine Thompson
      Not the same

      I am disappointed that the periodical I enjoy is going only digital. It is not the same experience as the hard copy. I use these magazines as a resource but if they are stored on a cloud instead of a shelf I fear that I won’t ever look at it agin after my initial read. I will no longer purchase this as long as it is available as digital only.

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      Shaley Pence
      Content is good, disappointed in digital only format

      The content was good, but I was really disappointed in the new digital only format.

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