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					Below: Coombining non-fabric materials and book making, Sew What? By Lesley Riley, Page 58

Below: Baby shoe sculpture by Michelle McCarthy, Artist Profile, Page 32

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18 Floral Fantasy: Making embroidered flowers

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Watercolor and ink pages by Jane LaFazio, Keeping Creative Sketchbooks, Page 24

J AY N E E M E R S O N

24 Keeping Creative Sketchbooks
J A N E L A FA Z I O Using daily sketching to fuel creativity

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TABLE OF

28 Mix and Stitch
DORIT ELISHA Combining paper, fabric, stitch, and prints for collage

each issue
Musings Now Read This The In-Box Who Did This? Popping the Question:
What’s your dirty little secret?

32 Artist Profile: Michelle McCarthy
C AT E C O U L A C O S P R AT O

40 Architectural Shrines
JANE WYNN Sacred structures from building materials

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44 Artist to Artist: Lizzie McDonald
WITH LESLEY RILEY

The Workshop:
Variations on a Theme— Printing and using tissue paper in collage
VIRGINIA SPIEGEL

46 Silhouettes
C AT H E R I N E M O O R E A project for figurative artists and conceptual couturiers

Marketplace Classifieds and Ad Index ‘Tis Blank ~ You’re Not!
L O R E T TA B E N E D E T T O M A R V E L

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52 Visual Brainstorming
J U J U VA I L Free-associating your way to art

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Above (and on cover): Fabric flower bouquet by Jayne Emerson, Floral Fantasy, Page 18

58 Sew What?
LESLEY RILEY Techniques for sewing through metal, mica, and paper

64 Print Fusion:

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Combining collagraphy, foam-plate printing, and hand-carved stamps for one-of-a-kind collages C E C I L I A S WA T T O N

70 Out of the Blue and Onto the Page
L A U R A C AT E R - W O O D S “It is in the work that new ideas are born.”

76 What’s in my art bag? Art journal pens
K E L LY K I L M E R

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Above: Petite Paperies by Catherine Moore, artfully displayed, Silhouettes, Page 46
MARCH/APRIL 2007

Above: A journal by Kelly Kilmer, What’s in my art bag? Art Journal Pens, Page 76 |

82 Results from Our “Wear Your Art Out” Reader Challenge
Readers create pins to celebrate cloth, paper, and scissors.

C L O T H P A P E R SC I S S O R S ®

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