How To: Making Cheesecloth Word Skins

Ann chose this technique for the Facebook Postcard Fabric Art’s February Challenge. I saw Margarita Korioth demonstrating this on Quilting Arts TV a year or so ago, and thought this was such a neat technique. I made a couple of cheescloth word skins back then, but was happy to revisit this technique this month. It’s…

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Scroll Stories Online Class

Yesterday I took an all-day online class with Libby Williamson called Scroll Stories. As I mentioned in a previous post I’ve been wanting to take this class for a long time. I was so happy to hear that Craft Napa was going to go online so I’d be able to take the class.

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Now what?

I used to write goals. I used to pick a word for the year. I don’t want to do either this year. But I do want to get some things done. Maybe I need a list. So I’m asking myself, it’s 2021 – now what?

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Printing with Collard Greens

Today I’m talking about printing with collard greens. For those who don’t know my hubby, he grows all kinds of great veggies for us to eat. One of our favorites is collards. To tell you the truth, until I met Dave fifteen years ago, I never tasted this vegetable. Every year when he brings them…

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Easy Silk Dyeing Q and A

I’ve been teaching my online class, Easy Silk Dyeing, for several years now and, like my Icy Delights class, I get a lot of questions. I thought I’d answer them in this post. Q. I have a friend who I’m sure would love your Easy Silk Dyeing online class. Is there anyway I can surprise…

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Working on some new projects

I don’t know about you, but I go full speed, and then I work as slow as a turtle. Luckily, right now I’m in the fast mode while working on some new projects.

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Changing my mind

I’m continuing to work on the postcards for the monthly Postcard Fabric Art Facebook Group. We’re now in the 70’s, and I’ve spent a lot of time changing my mind on this piece! Here is the finished one.

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