Making Embellishments

After taking the Scroll Stories class I wrote about on my last blog post, I’ve decided to continue making embellishments.

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Watercolor effect with textile paints

To start out the new year I’ve written this tutorial for the January challenge in the PFA (Postcard Fabric Art) Facebook Group. Every month a tutorial from a well known artist will be posted. From that tutorial we take the information and made a fabric piece of our own. We don’t have to follow the…

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2021, Etsy, and Resists

Another busy week. I’ve decided that there will be a 2021, so I ordered and received my new planner. I sure hope I will be able to use it more than I did my 2020 planner. This weekly/monthly calendar by Blue Sky has been my favorite for several years. I love the month-at-a-glance two-page spread,…

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Wet Cyan Printing Revisited

Recently I took some time to revisit wet cyan printing. Check out this post from last year about my first adventure with this process.

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Printing With More Found Objects

It’s been almost a year since I wrote a post about printing fabric with found objects. Today I am showing you printing with more found objects. If you would rather watch my video, please scroll down to the bottom of this post.

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How to: Painting Cheesecloth

I’ve been seeing a lot of art using cheesecloth lately, so I finally had to give it a try. However, before creating anything with this fabric I need to paint it.

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Second #Printinktober 2019

It’s my second week of #printinktober. If you missed the first week, here is the link. This week I am still using rollers, but wanted to use mostly plain ones to see what I could create.

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Sun Printing over “bad” prints

Sometimes printing projects just don’t work out the way you want them to. If you have some fabric around that you don’t like, try adding more layers. Today I’m talking about sun printing over “bad” prints.

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Painting my new apron

I am so excited. I will be leaving Sunday for a week-long Pat Pauly workshop at QSDS (Quilt & Surface Design Symposium) in Columbus, Ohio. If you don’t know about Pat, she is a wonderful artist who makes contemporary quilts with her printed and painted fabrics. The class I’ll be taking is called “Glorious Prints.”

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