Episode 1610: Hot Stuff for Fiber Art

Episode 1610 Description and Preview

Join host Susan Brubaker Knapp and guests for this episode, Hot Stuff for Fiber Art. Sometimes you need to add heat to make your quilt art stand out! This episode focuses on how heat can change the way you create your art quilts. First, Joan Shay shows how to create dimension using heat, fusible web, and appliqué. Next, Liz Kettle uses heat-shrinking thread to create fabulous textural effects. Last, Susan Brubaker Knapp creates bold, metallic embellishments on fabric with iron-on foil.

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Photo courtesy of Joan Shay

Joan Shay shows how to create dimension using heat, fusible web, and appliqué.

Instructions for Monarch Butterflies at Play Quilt are available as a free download to members of the Quilting Daily community. Sign into your Quilting Daily account and scroll down to the bottom of this page to download your copy.

Liz Kettle creates fabulous textural effects using heat-reactive thread.

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Dowload Joan Shay instructions for Monarch Butterflies at Play Quilt here.

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