More marbling madness

Well, my three-week fabric marbling class is over. It’s been fun to work with that great group of gals. The last session we focused on traditional patterns using rakes, but really they could do whatever they wanted. I’ll show you a couple of my new pieces, but before that I wanted to show you what…

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Getting ready for my marbling class

I’m teaching/facilitating a fabric marbling class at East Branch Library that starts today. I am SO excited to introduce ten talented creative women to marbling – one of my present addictions. If you’ve just dropped by, check out this post, this post and this one about my marbling. It’s been awhile since I’ve marbled so…

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Marbling over previously dyed fabric

In the past two marbling posts I showed you how to marble, and then three different looks. In this post I’ll show you how the marbling looks over previously dyed fabric. This is a piece of the commercially-dyed fabric that my friend Donna gave me. Now, here it is marbled. Here is another piece where…

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Marbling Fabric: Three Different Looks

When marbling last week I found that I could get different looks by playing with the thickened water bath. To demonstrate this and to equal the playing field, I used three pieces of white muslin. See my original marbling tutorial here. I used the same colors and started with the same pattern as close as…

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How to Marble Fabric – A New Obsession

Well, I’m back playing with fabric, but this time it’s marbling. Marbling has never been one of my favorite surface designs until I saw Jo Fitsell demo it on Quilting Arts TV. I taped that show and watched it several times before I purchased her video from Interweave – Marbled Fabric Surface Design Working with…

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