Okay! Here we go, look at this, it's some publications that I've been in the last few months. I've sort of been hanging on to them waiting for a good time to (remember to) photograph them. The first one is a Brazilian magazine, Rita Paiva Make. I was featured in their coverage of the Houston Quilt Market (2012). Just a little blurb, but I actually found it in a bookstore here, and that was really exciting. It was the first time I saw myself in a magazine.
The next one is an article I did for American Quilt Retailer. I ran into Susan Fuquay at Houston Quilt Market, and we got talking. We shared a common acquaintance, Pamela Wiley, who was the chair of my college's Fiber's department while I was there, and has some common ideas.
And then the third is from Quilty. I was introduced to quilty by the Art Gallery Team, and submitted a quilt I designed for an issue. I'm amazed at how the process works to get things into magazines. Now I know, and, were it not for awfully expensive shipping to and from Brazil, I'd totally submit more often. I really love how this quilt turned out though. I designed it, my awesome, awesome Mom pieced it, then she took it to a local longarm quilter to do the quilting. Those two did a wonderful job, as you can see in the pictures. I really hope people go out and make this quilt, I think it's a great use of Luxe in Bloom.