Tuesday, January 24, 2012

The Space Between ... in Quilting Arts Magazine

I finally received my February/March 2012 (Issue #55) of Quilting Arts Magazine.  (I swear, someone at the Post Office reads my copies before I get them!)  I've been looking forward to it because there is an article smack-dab in the middle of the magazine on The Space Between ... the most recent invitational exhibit curated by Jamie Fingal and Leslie Tucker Jenison.

The exhibit, of 40 quilts by 40 artists, debuted at the International Quilt Festival/Long Beach, and was also featured at the International Quilt Festival/Houston this past October.  Five of those artists are featured in this month's Quilting Arts ... Susan Brubaker Knapp (that's a detail of her quilt "Hope is the Thing" on the magazine cover), Linda Teddlie Minton ("The Antechamber"), Susan Fletcher King ("Schooling Through the Jellies"), Jayne Larson ("Breathing Space"), and Sherry Kleinman ("The Family Tree").

What an honor to be included in the exhibit, and then to have the opportunity of being seen in Quilting Arts Magazine!  Thank you, Jamie, Leslie, and QA!


  1. An honor well deserved! It's a beautiful quilt.

  2. Thank you, Norma! Your opinion means a lot to me.

  3. My magazine came and is here somewhere--will locate and read the article; congratulations! I also pulled up Risë's rant (and even noted how to get the ë!) and was saddened at the inhumanity that wonderful people sometimes have to endure. It makes me want to make it up to everyone I meet.
    Martha Ginn, Texas native for first 35 years, now a Mississippian for 40 years.

  4. Hurray! I'm reading it this evening. I am so happy for you, Molly Minkey! Love, your Lucky

  5. Thank you, guys, so much! I'm thrilled, of course!

  6. Linda, I am so thrilled for you. Congrats and well deserved. Maggie


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