Layers I, Floating

5 May 2009
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19 1/2" x 16".  Shaving cream painted fabric.  Angelina film, and beading.  Machine quilted.


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Carole31 wrote
on 5 May 2009 10:44 PM

Peggy, I like this alot.

The technique sounds interesting, wish I could see it bigger..

Carole

on 6 May 2009 7:21 PM

I think the composition is great.  How did you use the shaving cream? 

pandabolt wrote
on 6 May 2009 7:46 PM

Stitcher, The shaving cream is spread out on a plastic surface and smoothed out.  Dyes or paints are drizzled over the shaving cream.  You then draw a fork or comb or any other tool over the dye to create designs----marbeling, feathering, whatever.

Then you lay a piece of fabric over the dye, press lightly and lift off.

In this piece the background is commercial fabrics; the rectangles are the shaving cream technique.

on 6 May 2009 8:36 PM

oh, ok thanks for letting me in on your secret!  I did not see that the rectangles were the shaving cream, but get it now.  Thanks for replying to my post.  It was the first one I have sent! 

cellogirl wrote
on 7 May 2009 8:42 AM

That sounds like a fun technique. Thanks for sharing. I love the colors of this piece! There is a lot of energy.

pandabolt wrote
on 7 May 2009 8:45 AM

Here is a close up of the piece.  It shows the marbled fabric fairly well.

The Angelina film is behind that fabric, and has been subjected to the heat gun.

This also shows the quilting and bead work a little better.

 

 

on 7 May 2009 6:51 PM

Thanks for the new picture Peggy H.  It really shows up your  quilting.  I am very new to figuring out what is what on this site!  This definately caught my attention though! 

Look forward to seeing the rest of your series!

Caz McGill wrote
on 10 May 2009 5:11 PM

Love this piece and the technique is fascinating. Will have to try that!

Barbm12 wrote
on 12 May 2009 10:41 AM

BEAUTIFUL tones.  Love how the stitching and beading compliment, don't overwhelm the amazing fabrics.

KalGal2 wrote
on 14 Jun 2009 7:12 PM

I just love your piece. It is very very very nice. Thanks for sharing the technique also. It sounds like fun.