I hope you enjoyed reading about the wonderfully inspiring book, Quilting with a Modern Slant by Rachel May & thank you for taking the time to tell me what inspired you to quilt modern. I really loved reading your comments! Thank you :)
Storey Publishing were kind enough to send me some pictures from inside the book to share. Enjoy the sneak peek then pick yourself up a copy quick sticks! You won’t be disappointed.
[Page 67 - Photo - Gamma One Conversions. Hope as the Anchor of the Soul(Mount Lebanon Series #3) by Denyse Schmidt, 85" x 92". Image courtesy of Storey Publishing]
[Page 47 - Photo by (c) John Polak. Coal Fraction Quilt (2009) by Rossie Hutchinson, 74" x 86" quilted by Bernie Olszewski. Image courtesy of Storey Publishing]
Don’t forget to visit the next spots on the book tour for more insights into Quilting with a Modern Slant…
[Page 99 - Photo by Chris Pullman, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York. From “Why Quilts Matter: History, Art & Politics episode 6, “How Quilts Are Viewed and Collected,” produced by The Kentucky Quilt Project. Image courtesy of Storey Publishing]
[Page 55 - Photo courtesy of Kyoung Ae Cho. Fallen by Kyoung Ae Cho, 42" x 42. Image courtesy of Storey Publishing]
[Page 175 - Photo by (c) John Polak. Seattle Star, by Katie Pedersen, 60" x 60", machine quilted by Krista Withers. Image courtesy of Storey Publishing]
………& one lucky modern quilter gets a copy of Quilting with A modern Slant delivered to their door! Yay! That is commenter number 20….
That’s you Katy!
Drop me a line with your postal address Katy! Yippee!
Quilting with a Modern Slant is well worth a read, it’s a lovely book that you will find yourself dipping into over & again. It’s available now at your local bookstore, library or online
Disclaimer: Storey Publishing invited me to participate in this blog tour & sent me a complimentary copy of the book. All opinions within this book review are my own.