When school starts it seems like quilt show season also gets in gear. Many of us have admired the amazing quilts we’ve seen at a variety of shows. Have you ever wondered what goes in to making these beauties, like Best of Show winner Arandano by Marilyn Badger?
How about the lifelike blossoms that Andrea Brokenshire creates?
Our own Margaret Solomon Gunn, who’s won countless awards, shares tips for creating competitive show quilts in our latest issue (September/October 2016).
She covers color balance, the “Wow” factor, craftsmanship, design, as well in-depth info about the stitching itself. Even if you never plan to create a show quilt yourself, Margaret’s tips are a great way to improve your skills on any type of quilt you make. Intrigued? Then don’t miss our latest issue of MQU!