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Whole Cloth Modern Quilt

Posted by on 1 August 2018 | 0 Comments

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Have you ever thought of making a modern quilt like this?

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The influence of other cultures on art

Posted by on 4 July 2018 | 1 Comments

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Geraldine WarnerDandelion abstract artElizabeth Barton, a well-known quilt artist has a number of very interesting and productive online workshops. There is always a multitude of stunning quilts made from her students - and here is just one made by Geraldine in her workshop More Abstract Art For Quiltmakers..... what amazes me is watching the students, from their first design to their last - the results are amazing!

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An Excerpt From The First Hour

Posted by Elizabeth on 27 June 2018 | 0 Comments

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The Six Hour Quilt is a fun easy online workshop... but at the same time, it introduces the student to processes that can be used for any level of quilt making.Elizabeth Barton The Six Hour Quilt

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A Machine Quilting Unlimited Feature

Posted by on 6 May 2018 | 0 Comments

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Have you seen the May/June Machine Quilting Unlimited magazine?

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Improve Your Modern Quilt

Posted by Elizabeth on 29 January 2018 | 0 Comments

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strength of quiet windowsa by Elizabeth BartonMod Meets Improv (my online workshop) shows you how to cut and sew a modern quilt top, either in a traditional way with precise measuring or in a much more relaxed improvisational way. I give you lots of ideas for designs...and show you how to make more for yourself.

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The Six Hour Quilt

Posted by on 21 January 2018 | 0 Comments

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It is always wonderful starting a new workshop with Elizabeth Barton and for 2018 she has a new one published, The Six Hour Quilt. A little different than her previous workshops, but just as much fun. This is a good basic class but also fun for students of any level!

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My Grandma's Scraps

Posted by Marilyn on 18 January 2018 | 0 Comments

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When I was a very young child (6-7) my Grandma who was born in 1910 took me up very narrow stairs to a little loft that was part of her very small little house. The loft was closed off in the winter (reminds me of my Billy Creek house) because it just was so cold up there that any water in a bucket would freeze.

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Understanding Various Aspects in Perspective

Posted by on 18 January 2018 | 0 Comments

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Various aspects of perspective can be used in art quilts. Understanding them can add depth and dimension to your quilts whether they are abstract or realistic. Knowledge of perspective can allow a designer to bend it to her will creating new ways of looking at ordinary objects or increasing a sense of realism in a landscape or an architectural scene.

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Many People Don't Understand Abstract Art, do you?

Posted by Elizabeth Barton on 2 January 2018 | 0 Comments

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So many people have told me that they don't understand abstract art.More abstract art onthelatch

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