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The Latest Update on Sharon's Tour 2008

It's coming!  CQMagOnline is helping to organize Sharon Boggon's US Teaching Tour in 2008. Nora posts the latest information.

Crazy Quilts as an Expression of "Fairyland" by Beverly Gordin
Interesting documentation that accompanied a slide show presentation on crazy quilts.

Using a visual journal to harness and develop your creative side! by Sharon Boggon
Sharon promotes the idea of using a visual journal to help stimulate your creativity.

Over-dyeing Silk Ribbon When in a Pinch by Kimber Pekora
A small crisis leads Kimber to discover the joys of over-dying silk ribbon with Ozecraft dyes.

Instructions for Piecing Your Block: Foundation Method by Allison Aller
Allison breaks down the process of the foundation piecing method of block construction.

Painting Roses: Wet into Wet by Jakki Lease
Jakki continues with her series of lessons on painting buttons.

Confusion Crazy Quilting A New Way to Go Crazy by Rhonda Woodsmall
Rhonda shows you another way to approach piecing a crazy quilt.

Wayward Fairies by Lisa DuCoing
Lisa shares her progress on a new CQ project.

A “Pomacanthus Paru” Of A Different Color by Lynn Schoeffler
Lynn explores an idea using an angel fish design.

Fabric or Crazy Quilted Postcard by Julie O. Yonge
Julie shares her ideas for letting your mail make an artistic statement.

Embellished Journal or Binder Cover by Julie O. Yonge
Julie explores a new twist on an old idea.

Old Treasure New Again! Silver Spoon Pincushion by Julie O. Yonge
Julie finds new uses for old spoons with this interesting idea for a unique pincushion.

It's Hot and Humid in Jamaica by Dean Deerfield
While her family went trekking through wilderness, Dean enjoyed some stitching time on the ship.

A Light Bulb Moment by Lynn Schoeffler
Lynn finds inspiration in her search for the perfect thimble.

Crazy Quilted Drink Coaster by Julie O. Yonge
Julie offers up a great idea for a practical and simple CQ project.

The Journey of a Crazy Quilt in Progress by Pat Winter
Pat documents the making of her crazy quilt.

Share-a-stitch XXVII in Knoxville by Rissa Peace Root
Rissa finally got her stitching groove back at a recent EGA Regional Seminar.

Comfort Doll Project: Worldwide Open Invitation by Pat Winter
Pat extends an invitation for your participation in a charity project.

Lilla LeVine: A Fabric Artist With A Romantic Flavor! by Pat Winter
Pat focuses on Lilla LeVine and her scissors case recycled.

Finishing with a Loopy Thread by Cherie M. Thompson
Cherie uses yarn to create an interesting finish for her purse.

Philadelphia Stitch N' Pitch by Kimber Pekora
If you think needle arts and baseball are an odd pairing, then Kimber's article is a must read.

Quilts, Inc. Announces "The Festival Gallery of Quilt Art" by Barbara Blankenship
Barbara has news about the Houston Quilt Festival.


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Block of the Issue:

BOI July 2007 by Stephanie Novatski
Stephanie's Block of the Issue features both heart and tree motifs.

Books in Review:

Post Cards Make and Mail reviewed by  Nora Creeach

Indygo Junction's  Needle Felted Accessories reviewed by Nora Creeach

Products in Review:

Creative Textile Tool - Walnut Hollow Woodcrafts by Barbara Blankenship

Custom Diva Cord Maker by Barbara Blankenship

Art Glitter by Barbara Blankenship

Mary Jo Hiney Presents Silk Adaptation by Barbara Blankenship

Editor's Notes by Nora Creeach
A word or two from our esteemed editor about our latest issue.

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