Fiber artist Deborah Boschert loves to include unexpected and surprising materials in her fabric collages-window screening, telephone cording, paint chips-it’s all fodder for her fabric art.
In her Quilting Arts webinar Using Unexpected Materials in Fabric Collage, Deborah will share some of her favorite materials and give you the inside scoop on where to find them. Join us Tuesday, April 30, 2013 1-2 p.m. Eastern Time to learn her secrets.
In this webinar, Deborah will also talk about:
- How to attach unique materials using various techniques
- Ways to design a fiber collage to highlight the unexpected
- How to include items like magazine clippings, paint chips, silk flowers, and more when you create your fabric art.
- Considerations for stitching through and around found objects
Everyone who registers for Using Unexpected Materials in Fabric Collage will receive a link to the webinar recording to access after the event, plus a discount on Deborah’s Interweave products.
More about Deborah: Deborah Boschert is a fiber artist, list maker, and brownie baker. Her art quilts and fabric collages have been exhibited all over the world and in many books and magazines. She is a co-author of Twelve by Twelve: The International Art Quilt Challenge. She hosts the Quilting Arts WorkshopTM video Contemporary Fabric Collage: Design, Stitch, and Finish. Deborah has lived in ten different states and currently lives in Maryland with her husband and two kids. Read more about her life and art on her blog.
Don’t miss this chance to learn how to find and use unusual objects in fabric collage art. Register now.
P.S. Save the date: To learn more about fabric collages with Deborah, tune in to her second webinar, Using Sheer Materials in Fabric Collage on May 22, 2013 at 11:30 a.m. EST. Registration details coming soon. See you there!