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It's time to quilt with the masters! Join us as we learn how to make a Starry Night quilt — one of Vincent van Gogh's most memorable works.
Gabriela Piedra saved to Derwent Inktense
Learn how Melissa Averinos uses these appliqué techniques and design wall tips in making her quilts.
Joe Schofield saved to Applique Scrapbook
I started quilting the first of the 3 little confetti type wall art. I am using a variegated rayon embroidery thread for the quilting. I made several of these in June and July 2012. Here is a link
Susan Wenger saved to Sewing
Start with a full size pattern Draw, or purchase, print and assemble.
Zoreh Lahiji saved to Quilt collages
Three finished projects to start off the new year! Project #1: Hilde Morin workshop - January 16 & 17 Six of us - Marti, Janet, Ann, ...
Abcdeyberg saved to Quick Saves
Sometimes I get asked for tips for backing art quilts and thread paintings, especially when you don’t want the stitching on the back to show, or you generally need your work to be neat and tidy. So, should the workings of your free motion stitching or thread painting show on the back of your work,
Stephanie Rubanowice saved to Free motion quilting
If becoming a quilt artist is your heart’s desire then this class can help you get there. Let accomplished quilt artist, author and instructor, Heather Thomas, provide you with invaluable lessons that can help you cross the chasm from relying on the instructions of others to relying on your own skill set and artistic inclinations.
National Quilters Circle saved to Art Quilts
Fabric collage is a technique used often in art quilts. Learn how to create a layered, three dimensional look collage from a photograph with this step-by-step tutorial.
Cookie Gaynor saved to Sew Something
Painting Fusible Web... Oh, so much FUN! The Permission 2 Play instructors gathered together to do some class prep... Painting Fusible Web The acrylic paint is watered down a bit... You want a watery consistency. Paint it directly onto the fusible web... glue side up... paper side down The paper becomes wet and begins to buckle and creates air pockets...yummy! Close Up View.....Air Pockets Allow the painted fusible web to dry Once dry....you can do so much with this stuff: You can tear it…
Joyce Watkins King Art saved to DIY
A while ago I purchased these wall decorations from JoAnn’s and put them up on the wall. They were just the frames and were meant to be nested. I made the rookie mistake of trying to put t…
Terri Martin saved to Modern quilts