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Gregory Case
In 1998, Susan Else got bored making flat abstract quilts and decided to try making some cloth figures. Suddenly, fabric became a skin for three-dimensional objects and she was able to tell stories as never before. I, for one, am glad she did! I’ve been a fan of Susan’s work ever since I saw her...
Once in a while it’s fun to share a little behind-the-scenes story about the TQL issue you have in your hands. When we decided to do an issue with a “faces” theme, our thoughts turned pretty quickly to the work of Marilyn Belford and the quilt Rundy, a portrait of her neighbor. Rundy was perfect...
Take a look at the photo of Frosty Flakes, Cheryl Lynch’s elegant winter wall hanging, in the December issue of TQL. That picture was actually taken in August, at the home/studio of TQL photographer Gregory Case and his wife/photo stylist Elena Morera. TQL editor Irene Berry and I were there to try our hand at...