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  • Hello - From All Over

    Military spouse here so we move and move and yes, move again! I'm so pleased to have found this forum. I'm a teeny tiny business owner with an Etsy shop (http://doubleneedledesigns.etsy.com) so all this wonderful information folk share make me feel right at home and I'm pleased to be a part...
    Posted to General Discussion by Doubleneedle on 20 Mar 2013
  • "Staycation" Postcard reader challenge results

    In the June/July 2012 issue of Quilting Arts, we challenged our readers to make a fiber art or mixed-media postcard and tell us about their summer staycation. Here are some of the almost 100 postcards we received! Clockwise from top left: Angela Maves, Pembroke, Ontario, Canada; Jo Lawson, Tacoma, WA;...
    Posted to Online Extras by Kristine Lundblad on 14 Nov 2012
    Filed under: collage, embellishments, paper fabric quilt, paper fabric quilts, free-machine embroidery, stitching, Japanese fabrics, hand stitching, needle felting, quilt collage, online extra, fabric collage, decoration, quilting, digital imagery, appliqué, monoprinting, printing, art quilt, Reader Challenge, handmade quilt art, hand-dyed fabric, fabric dyeing
  • "Women Empowering Women"

    The New York art quilt group The Quilt Divas collaborated on a nine-panel piece titled "Women Empowering Women," made as a fundraiser for Dining For Women. Each panel represents an organization that DFW has funded. To view videos and to read more about this project, visit http://www.thequiltdivas...
    Posted to Online Extras by Kristine Lundblad on 14 Nov 2012
    Filed under: embellishments, stitching, quilt collage, online extra, fabric collage, decoration, Lynn Krawczyk, quilting, appliqué, gelatin printing, art quilt, hand-dyed fabric
  • 3D Hdydrangea

    I had tons of fun, even though time consuming, building this hydrangea! It gets shipped to International Quilt Festival of Ireland 2012 to be 'professionally landscaped' into their Quilted Garden exhibit. Too fun! I have a tutorial on my blog, if you want to build your own flower... http://quilts...
    Posted to Share Your Mixed-Media Art by Lindy101 on 16 Feb 2012
    Filed under: embellishments, painted, 3D flower, beaded, hydrangea, quilted flower, free machine embroidery leaves
  • Re: Forum Challenge - A Quilt From Your Altered Fabric!

    Here is my "Altered State" for the challenge! The finished piece is 9" square. The original fabric is an upholstery sample my mom scavenged heaven knows where. :-) A bit of soaking took the paper backing off, and off I went. Using a plastic loop paint roller, I masked one circle and printed...
    Posted to General Discussion by RUEdOAK on 20 Sep 2011
  • CQ Prom Purse

    Crazy Quilting can add just the right touch to a small wristlet made to match a prom dress (navy) and shoes (silver). It held all the necessities and she loved it!
    Posted to Crazy Quilting by KimberlyF@2 on 18 Jun 2011
  • Crazy Quilted Kindle Cover

    I enjoy the freedom of expression Crazy Quilting provides. Beautiful needleart in compact doses. Clothing, especially jackets offer seaming that seems to beg for embellishment. I needed a cover for the Kindle I received as a gift. The first cover I made didn't work out too well, but its replacement...
    Posted to Crazy Quilting by KimberlyF@2 on 25 May 2011
  • Re: Who taught you to sew? Who taught you to quilt?

    At the very young age of 4, I was what is now known as ADHD and my mother taught me to sew and knit as a way to focus my attention. She sent me to needleart summer classes at a local art museum while in elementary school. By 6th grade, I was making (most) all of my own clothes. Then I worked as an engineer...
    Posted to General Discussion by KimberlyF@2 on 17 Apr 2011
  • 2 painted lace bracelets

    Inpired by "three creative studios" tutorial, I painted lace upon a background of fabric scraps. Then, added some embellishments such as heat fusible stones, beads, buttons and a thread butterfly that was free motion stitched on solvy. At last, I zigzag stitched a copper wire all around for...
    Posted to Share Your Mixed-Media Art by cousette on 26 Jan 2011
    Filed under: embellishments, painting, free motion stitching, butterfly'art, painted lace, cousette 's bracelets
  • Angels of Darkness, Angels of Light

    "Angels of Darkness, Angels of Light" - Ó 2005, ( 30”W x 28.5”T), is based on a vision that I had where I was visited by angels of two kinds, those of dark and those of light. For me, the experience was very profound, as it impressed upon me that there are lessons to be learned...
    Posted to Share Your Quilt & Fiber Art by Nancy Smeltzer on 7 Jan 2011
    Filed under: Mixed media, Art Quilt, Beaded Quilt, embroidery, embellishments, contemporary, landscape quilt, Fabric Collage, Quilt Art, garden, Nancy Smeltzer, hand quilting, hand beading
  • Re: Forum Challenge - It's My Nature

    Introducing Coco. My alter ego in fabric. She keeps popping up in my quilts, so I decided to give her a name! Anyway, This is my entry for "It's my Nature" . It started after a heated discussion with my husband! I'll let you in on a little secret, I have a temper. I work hard to keep...
    Posted to General Discussion by caren12 on 4 Dec 2010
  • "Circles of Black,Circles of White V"

    “Circles of Black, Circles of White V”, (24.25”W x 27.25”T), while 5 th in this series to be cut out, is actually the 2 nd to be completed. I love the bright colors and buttons. All of the pieces in this seven parts series have the same black and white striped circle fabric, which...
    Posted to Share Your Quilt & Fiber Art by Nancy Smeltzer on 1 Oct 2010
    Filed under: Mixed media, Art Quilt, Beaded Quilt, embroidery, embellishments, contemporary, Fabric Collage, Quilt Art, Nancy Smeltzer, hand quilting, hand beading
  • Re: guild anniversary challenge

    Muppin It takes an eternity for new tools to drift South, I couldn't find the rose maker anywhere in Mobile! So I made ribbon roses. The quilt turned out pretty good. I was working in a tight timeline. The leaves are velevt and taffita, the vines are made from wool yarn. Everything is fused, raw...
    Posted to General Discussion by caren12 on 26 May 2010
  • Another piece by Janet Lasher

    In her article, “Needle-felted Foundations for Stitch,” on page 44 of Quilting Arts December 2009/January 2010 issue , Janet Lasher demonstrates how to create foundation pieces for hand stitching using needle felting and collage techniques. Here is another one of her foundation pieces.
    Posted to Online Extras by Larissa Davis on 23 Nov 2009
    Filed under: collage, embellishments, Quilting Arts December 2009/January 2010: online extra, hand stitching, Janet Lasher, needle felting
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