Do you know the difference between tulle and mesh? Organza and chiffon? Sheer fabrics can be a sheer delight in your fiber art. But there are special tricks and tips to selcting and stitching sheer materials in fabric collage.
Fiber artist Deborah Boschert will introduce various sheer fabrics and talk about the different features of each in her Quilting Arts
webinar, Using Sheer Materials in Fabric Collage.
She'll discuss how these different features might affect design decisions, offer tips for designing with sheers and enhancing transparency with layering and stitching, and walk you through the collage process.Join us May 22, 2013, from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. ET.
In this webinar, Deborah will also talk about:
- How to distinguish between sheers
- How to create a reference cloth for easy identification
- How to layer sheers for maximum impact
- How to print images on sheers
- And much more!
Everyone who registers for Using Sheer 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. In fact, you don't have to attend the webinar: just register before and then wait for your email with the discount code and recording that you can watch at your leisure.
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.
|An example of using sheer materials in fabric collage,
by Deborah Boschert.
Don't miss this chance to learn about the art of using sheer materials in fabric collage. Register now.