An iron is a powerful tool. While we often use an iron to smooth things out, have you ever considered using the heat to press things wrinkly? What about to create pleats with crisp folds? Have you ever tried manipulating fibers with other heat sources—such as a craft heat gun? We use heat to activate fusibles, manipulate ephemera, and at times, to dry fabric.
Our daring readers dabbled with soldering irons, fired up their heat guns, and even used candle flame to manipulate materials for amazing artwork. We are pleased and proud to announce this group of finalists.
*Please check this list carefully for your name.*
- Carol Churchill, “I am Really Steamed”
- Linnae Costello, “Pele’s Arch”
- Joan Delony, “Circuits”
- Lynne Gettelfinger, “Falling Leaves”
- Jan Gezon, “The Sun’s Flowers”
- Pat Pasteur, “Plant Series 2”
- Janet Root, “California Burning”
- Carroll Lee Stolz, “Pele’s River”
- Kay Sutt, “Bubbling Enthusiasm”
- Finalist’s artwork must arrive in our office by February 1, 2019.
- Be sure to put your name on your artwork, and mark the top. For safety, place your entry in a plastic bag before packing it for shipping. We reserve the right to keep and possibly display your “Heat it Up” quilt until May 15, 2019.
NOTE: By submitting your Reader Challenge entry, you are authorizing F+W to publish your project in upcoming publications and promotional materials, on our websites and in other e-media, as well as possibly display it at shows. F+W will not be held responsible for loss or damage due to circumstances beyond our control.
Quilting Arts/F+W Media
Attn: Heat it Up!
2 Mill & Main Place, Suite 610
Maynard, MA 01754
If you have questions, contact Katie at email@example.com.