The winner is:
(and... psst... giveaway)
Second, of course, I recognized the two most recognizable people in the modern quilting industry on the cover: Amy and David Butler. The sweet photo on the front really drew me in, and inside the article did not fail to surprise me. I've read plenty about Amy and David before, but this article really gives you a feel for how they live and work as artists. Again, that feeling of intimacy with the reader makes this magazine stand out from the pack.
I of course read the cover article first, but then when I started flipping through the magazine more, I realized that this is really a different quilting magazine. It's modern and fresh, yes, but it's also personal.
The projects inside are from people we know and love. I was especially happy to see the bag by Pat Bravo who you all know I adore. And Heather Jone's quilt defines the modern quilting movement in my opinion. And the quilting on it... phenomenally executed by none other than Angela Walters. When you get to know Angela, you can instantly recognize one of her quilts.
This magazine left me wanting to see what's next for the editors of this magazine who I'm happy to call friends. It's fresh and it's fun and I believe it's going to draw the next generation of people into quilting. I can't wait to see what you all do, the projects you find and the promise you offer our wonderfully supportive and giving industry.
So, you want a copy? Leave a comment here no later than thursday the fifth and I'll pick a winner on Friday.
You can also enter to win a copy over on Generation Q’s Facebook page by liking them there.
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