Take a stroll with us to Houston and let your breath be taken away by the latest Modern Quilts.
Meet Axelle Valentin, the designer behind Axelle Designs based Nantes. Discover the impressive work of Sue Spargo and Danny Amazonas, whose quilts are of an unprecedented realism!
Enjoy the 13 quilt projects and 2 technical lessons detailed in this issue.
The Modern Quilt Guild presents various ways to do improvisational piecing, while Angela Walters explains how to quilt loopy meanders with by machine.
Exhibition : Houston International Quilt Festival
Exhibition at Vision Art Museum of San Diego
Baker Street by Amy Walsh for Blue Underground Studios, quilted by Patched Works
Beauty in the Bark by Scott Hansen for Blue Nickel Studios, machine quilting by Penny Barnes
Flower Bowl Wall Hanging by Jo Avery for Mybearpaw
Follow Your Heart by Laural Arestad for Simply Put Plus
Indie Flourish by Isabelle Selak for Art Gallery Fabrics
Llama Love Market Tote by Mandy Murray for Sew Quirky
Muffin Tops by Latifah Saafir for Latifah Saafir Studios
Wedding Ring Quilt by Eunsoo Kang for Sewing Party
Nature Lover and Pillow by Rana Heredia for Sewn into the Fabric
Off the Hook by Sherri Noel for Rebecca Mae Designs
Perfect Form by Laura Heine for Fiberworks
Urban Chained by Jenny Pedigo for Sew Kind of Wonderful
Vintage Chic House Quilt by Art Gallery Fabrics Studio
Technical Lesson from the Modern Quilt Guild
Technical Lesson with Angela Walters
ERRATUM: Incorrect information regarding the Llama Love Market Tote in our Simply Moderne N°12 issue was printed. This fabulous project was in fact designed and made by Mandy Murray of Sew Quirky.
Llama Love Market Tote PATTERN: The pattern for making the handle can be downloaded by clicking HERE.
Page 15 in our Simply Moderne N°12 – the quilt “Service for 12” was created by Tracy BACK (last name misspelled) and the Rambling River Art Quilters.
It seems as there was a mixup in the latest version #12 of Simply Moderne, and a quilt on page 23 was misattributed.
Christine Perrigo’s image of “Ohio Snowball” appears on page 23 (top left), but is credited as “Women’s Work” by Melanie Tuazon.
Erie, Colorado, USA
Krista Hennebury’s image of The Five appears on page 120, but is credited as “red X” by Nicole Neblett.
14.5” x 12.5” by Krista Hennebury