Published–1000 Quilt Inspirations by Sandra Sider

I’m very excited to announce that a few of my quilts are included in the upcoming book “1000 Quilt Inspirations” by Sandra Sider!  I submitted quite a few quilts and images so I’m not 100% sure which ones will be in there but I do PROMISE to share with you which ones once I actually see the book!quilt inspirations

Book description:

As one of the core, traditional crafts, quilting is enjoyed by countless enthusiasts around the world - and its popularity is only growing. This collection of one thousand quilt DETAILS builds upon this interest, showcasing some of today's most innovative and beautiful WORK. See how others utilize color and design elements to craft creative pieces. Gain inspiration from their variations and intricate techniques. Maybe even CONSTRUCT your own original quilts. Whether YOU ARE a quilter or a collector, a craft-lover or an art enthusiast, 1000 Quilt Inspirations is sure to inspire your admiration and appreciation of the art of quilting. It's also likely to get you itching for some fabrics of your own!

Author Bio:

Dr. Sandra Sider, a New York quilt artist and independent curator, has published articles and reviews concerning fiber art and other aspects of visual culture for three decades. Her graduate degrees include an M.A. in art history from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. She was President of Studio Art Quilt Associates (2010-2013), and is Consulting Curator for the Texas Quilt Museum.

You can preorder your very own copy by going HERE.  It will be released on February 1st, 2015.  I can’t wait!!!! (I may or may not have ordered 10 copies …)

3 comments:

  1. Fantastic! Congratulations!!!M.m

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  2. Congratulations - I can't wait to see which quilts were chosen for the book. Well done.
    Pauline

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