How to Self-Publish Your Own Quilt Catalog: A Workbook for Quilters, Guilds, Galleries and Textile Artists
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Cookie5750 said Excellent concept on publishing my own catalog. After reading over this self help book, I found that it was not as difficult as I first thought to produce my very own quilt catalog. Kyra teaches one how to gather all materials needed to be able to complete in a short period of time a catalog that will last for years. This method of preserving my quilts throughout time is exactly what I needed! Thank you Kyra!Sincerely,Tara EvansOmaha, Nebraska. Great step by step I have friends who write quilting books in the traditional manner, and while they seem to love the process they seem to held back by their publisher. I have wanted to write a book for a long time, but I did not want to deal with a publisher, at least for my firstbook, this ebook gave me the first steps in creating my firstbook. I recommend this book to any artist.. Sherry A. Byrd said Looking to create your own quilt catalog legacy ?. This is the guide to help one to do so. Kyra has really put her heart and soul into assisting fellow quilt makers to publish exceptional quilt catalogs that will get their works before the public eye.thus creating published legacies for future generations to enjoy and cherish.
Be a quilt artist + author! If you know how to use Microsoft Word, have Internet access, and a dozen or more images of your artwork, YOU CAN make your own art catalog. You will also learn how to have your catalog available on , the largest online bookstore.If you have thought about creating a catalog of your artwork for your family and friends, for your regular customers or collectors, for a school project, for your professional artist statement, for an exhibit of your work, or even for your historical quilt or art history research, this workbook is for you!This workbook is specially designed for quilters, quilt historians, textile artists, guilds, and gallery owners.. This workbook will show you step-by-step how to concept, layout, write, publish and promote a 24-page or 36-page full-color paperback art catalog