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  • Help with Resist Painting

    Hi Everyone, My question is about what's the best way to paint a resist design on fabric. I've used the Elmer's blue glue, and it drives me crazy - the dye I used to paint over it washes out quicker than the glue!!! I used Dye-na-flow, and I now have a very faded piece of fabric with hard...
    Posted to Surface Design by roselegge on 30 Apr 2011
  • Re: Shiva Oil Paint sticks

    Hi there! I am so glad that you like the online community! In QATV series 700 Pokey does some work with Shiva Paint Sticks. Here is the link to the free online extra for that episode: http://www.quiltingdaily.com/media/p/24287.aspx Hope this helps, and happy crafting! Lindsey Lindsey Murray Assistant...
    Posted to Surface Design by lindsey.murray on 24 Mar 2011
  • Re: Making a rock cliff look like rocks......

    I am really hooked on fabric paint. I usually use multi layers of different paints, the base layer Setacolor with additionally layer if needed. I then add details with Tsukineko inks and other paints. I then use fabric markers and thread-painting to highlight areas. Check out my "Cliff Side"...
    Posted to Surface Design by DinahT on 27 Jun 2010
  • Re: Fabric paint comparison

    Sorry for the late reply but I haven't had much time lately to monitor the forums. I've used Jacquard paints because they are found in the stores in my area. I think they do a very good job and the Jacquard Textile Paint works for sun printing, too. I worked with the Setacolor paint in a workshop...
    Posted to Surface Design by reginabdunn on 29 May 2010
  • Beneath The Surface

    Layers of collage begin with two similar fabrics. One is used for the background and the other is cut into organic shapes to be fused to the surface. Textile paint, angelina, buttons, metal rings and beads are added. Over the angelina, a slice of a geode is applied.
    Posted to Share Your Quilt & Fiber Art by Kathy Tuominen on 1 May 2010
    Filed under: fabric, free motion, wallhanging, fabric painting, Mixed media, Art Quilt, painted fabric, textile paint, Beaded Quilt, whimsical, beads, embroidery, machine quilting, mixed, batik, Fused, abstract, Embellishment, textile, textiledesign, collage, quilting art, acrylic, fibers, Inspired to Quilt, free motion stitching, art, detail, acrylic paint, quilted, free motion quilting, embellished, original design, machine embroidery, free-machine embroidery, embellishments, modern, art quilt, art quilting, contemporary, multicolor, free-motion stitching, quilts, mixed-media, wall hanging, Free machine embroidery, three dimensional, form, quilting, seed beads, bright colors, fantasy, free-motion quilting, art quilts, Fabric Collage, Quilt Art, fiber art, rock, free motion stitched, batiks, fusible, artquilt, fabricart, Innovative Abstract Art quilt, Innovative Art quilt, metal embellishments, angelina fibers, beads.
  • Belter Boy

    This was done for a Sci-Fi conventions juried art show (didn't make it in, that's life) He was inspired by one of Larry Niven's series one that has humans living on the asteroid belt. The quilt is done in three parts: The sky - black fabric painted with dots for stars and a fussy cut of a...
    Posted to Share Your Quilt & Fiber Art by DinahT on 16 Apr 2010
    Filed under: fabric painting, Tsukineko Inks, Art Quilt, painted fabric, machine quilting, paint, DinahT's Art, hand painted fabric, art quilt, painted
  • Butterfly Meadow Dance

    This is a reworking of "Butterfly Meadow". I added a fairy playing a flute in the foliage. The fairy was painted from a sketch of mine and appliqued to the finished quilt. His wings are a piece of "shaving cream marbling" fabric that I did a year or so ago.
    Posted to Share Your Quilt & Fiber Art by DinahT on 16 Apr 2010
    Filed under: fabric painting, Tsukineko Inks, Art Quilt, painted fabric, machine quilting, butterflies, DinahT's Art, Appliqued, shaving cream, hand painted fabric, art quilt, Butterfly
  • Blackbird Garden II

    I love blackbirds - crows, ravens, etc. They are a such a strong graphic statement. This piece has a collaged crow in a whimsical garden setting. The majority of the fabric has been hand painted and I have used fabric paint and colored pencil for details.
    Posted to Share Your Quilt & Fiber Art by jfs on 6 Apr 2010
    Filed under: painted fabric, colored pencils, collage, garden
  • mixing hand-painted fabrics with commercial prints

    Hi! I used a glue-resist and hand-painted some lovely and lively pieces! Now I want to use them in an art quilt BUT they are so "dull" comparted to the commercial prints I chose. I wanted my hand-painted pieces to stand out but I think they will be lost. How do I brighten them up, or how do...
    Posted to Surface Design by Zoldesign on 12 Feb 2010
  • Re: Challenge: Found Object Stamping/Printing (Jan/Feb 2010)

    Ok....Here is my entry!! I tried several things, but I really wanted to do shoe prints! So I took my youngest daughters first pair of tennis shoes (Istill haven't gotten around to bronzing them! and she's almost 6). I applied black paint to the bottoms and "walked" across the fabric...
    Posted to Surface Design by caren12 on 1 Feb 2010
  • Butterfly Meadow

    This art quilt was made for a quilt challenge in my local quilt guild (Pecos Valley Quilters, Roswell, NM). The theme was "Butterflies". The background was painted with SetaColor paints. The butterflies are a combination of applique, stamping, stencils, and painting, some stitched down flat...
    Posted to Share Your Quilt & Fiber Art by DinahT on 3 Dec 2009
    Filed under: fabric painting, painted fabric, textile paint, Stenciling, machine quilting, stamped, butterflies, DinahT's Art, Appliqued, hand painted fabric, art quilting, Butterfly
  • Beaded Wildflowers

    Organza over cotton, machine-stitched and color-enhanced, beaded.
    Posted to Share Your Quilt & Fiber Art by Textile Traveler on 24 Nov 2009
    Filed under: beading, Art Quilt, painted fabric, free motion stitching, flowers
  • Ares

    Inspired by a class with Lorraine Torrence, where she taught us her technique of zigzagging fabric on a background and covering with bias tape, I fused, painted, embelished, embroidered, and free motion quilted to create this first third of a 'celestial' tryptic.
    Posted to Share Your Quilt & Fiber Art by Drquilter on 13 Aug 2009
    Filed under: painted fabric, Beaded Quilt, embroidery, Fused, free motion quilting
  • painting on fabric

    I have a question. I am fairly new at art quilting and totally unexperienced with paint. What is the best way to use a shell as a "stamp"? I live close to the Gulf and have a collection of sea shells and drift wood native to the area, (and others bought). What I want to do is an all over surface...
    Posted to Surface Design by caren12 on 18 Jun 2009
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