5 Ways to Make Photo & Picture Quilts

Learn how to make photo and picture quilts

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What do you do with all your beautiful, artistic photos languishing in your camera or computer? Use them to design a photo quilt! Its easier than ever to turn your pictures old and new into quilts, all you need are some simple instructions and you’re ready to go.Free eBook on how to make photo and picture quilts.

With our free eBook, you’ll get expert help on how to make a quilt with pictures from top quilt designers. Learn everything from scanning images into the computer to choosing the right fabric printing sheets for your personalized photo quilt. Whether you want to create abstract landscapes, self-portraits, or even printed yardage; the opportunities for unique quilt design is truly endless!

Download your free copy of the Ultimate Photo Quilts eBook today to explore 5 DIY picture quilt techniques. With this diverse group of photo quilt tutorials, you’re sure to find the perfect fit for your next project.

Learn how to make a photo quilt in five different ways—for FREE!

What if printing on fabric was simple? With this free guide you'll learn five ways to make photo quilts using supplies and techniques that quilters of every level can tackle. Each of these techniques will give you everything you need to get started and be successful creating your very own photo inspired quilt. Incorporating photos of your family and friends using these methods is sure to revolutionize the way you think about art quilts. Download this FREE eBook Ultimate Photo Quilts: 5 Ways to Make Photo and Picture Quilts and learn how to make your own picture quilt with these step by step techniques.

Ready, Click, Print: A Comparison of Prepared Inkjet Fabric Sheets by Jennifer Rapacki

Learn which fabric sheets to use when printing on fabric to get it right the first time and every time! Check out the article for more.Jennifer loves using her own imagery and photographs on her quilts. And with a home inkjet printer and specially treated fabric, anyone can make this a reality. In this article, she tests several of the most popular pretreated fabric sheets and shares her results. With her findings, you’ll be able to decide which one is best for your own photo memory quilts.

Digital Playtime by Diane Doran

Learn how to use markers to create patterns to use in your quilts. Youll be amazed at how easy it is. See more in the free tutorial: Digital Playtime.Learn to create colorful fabrics with your computer and use them in your photo quilt! Youll begin with a little playtime with paints and markers, creating designs with a little guidance from Diane, before scanning these fascinating prints into the computer. Once there, she’ll provide direction on altering the scans before printing.

Scanning the Horizon by Marie Roper

This landscape picture quilt features squares of an ancient Stone Age ruin to create the texture and pattern. Learn how to make photo quilts with your favorite pictures and images with the free tutorial.With this tutorial, you’ll learn how to make a photo memory quilt by incorporating digital imagery into a landscape-inspired design. Follow along to learn how to create digitally printed fabrics using a super easy technique. The enchanting landscape where Marie lives was the inspiration for her featured designs, but your favorite places can be the main focus of your quilt.

Scan, Print, Stamp and Stitch by Pamela Price Klebaum

Learn how to scan your favorite items, stamp on fabric, and stitch them together to make a beautiful, memorable photo quilt. See the free article Scan, Print, Stamp and Stitch for more.Learn how to manipulate images and use color like never before in your quilts. This tutorial begins with a lesson on scanning and playing with images using Photoshop, then discusses how to print onto fabric using ExtravOrganza. You can pick from a number of finishing techniques, including stamping, to complete your design. This project will help you learn how to make photo quilts you’re sure to love.

Options for Imagery by Ginny Eckley

Learn how it's not only possible but simple to print photos onto fabric to use in your quilts and more. More in the tutorial.There’s a myriad of choices for today’s quilter who wants to include digital imagery in their work. This tutorial provides you with three options for how to make a photo quilt: painting on silk, inkjet printing, and silk screening. You’ll be amazed what you can do!

If you have never made picture quilts, now is your chance to try!

Simply playing with markers and watercolor paper has amazing results. Learn how to create colorful fabrics and quilts with this free tutorial. What are you waiting for? Learn how to easily transform your photos, drawings, and more into beautiful picture quilts. With this free eBook, you’ll see how to easy it is to come up with your photo quilt pattern and find the right method for transferring your selected images to fabric. Download your FREE eBook today and get started creating your own photo quilt patterns!

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Comments (4)

  • Cathy W

    Having a terrible time downloading your free e-book. I have tried many different ways with no success. Your Old Saturday e-mails of the week’s projects worked much better. What am I doing wrong? Cathy

    November 23, 2017 at 5:17 pm
    • Tiffany Warble

      The downloads are now emailed directly to you. All you need to do is enter a valid email address in the grey box near the top or bottom of the page and hit submit. You’ll then get an email with the download link in it. Let me know if that doesn’t work.

      The Quilting Company Team

      November 29, 2017 at 5:27 am
  • Karen W

    Is this offer still valid? I’ve signed in, entered my e-mail address and am unable to download this eBook offering.
    Any assistance will be greatly appreciated,
    Karen W.

    November 29, 2017 at 2:42 am
    • Tiffany Warble

      Hi Karen,
      After you enter your email and hit submit the free patterns will be emailed directly to you via the email address you entered on the form. Let me know if you have any further issues.

      The Quilting Company Team

      November 29, 2017 at 4:24 am

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