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  • Free Digital Art Techniques eBook for Collage and Quilt

    Digital technology and the ubiquitous camera phone have made us all photographers. As fiber artists, the logical next step is to explore digital fabric printing. In our eBook Digital Quilting Designs: Free Digital Art Techniques for Collage and Quilt , three fiber artists show you how to use photo-editing...
    Posted to Quilting Daily by VivikaEditor on 14 May 2014
    Filed under: Surface Design, Photo Quilt, Quilting Designs, Fabric Art, Hand Sewing, Sewing Techniques, Quilt Patterns, Art Quilts, Hand Stitches, Printmaking
  • Easy Digital Surface Design Ideas from Jane Dunnewold

    What do you do if you want to design your own fabric but can't draw or paint? According to fiber artist and surface design expert Jane Dunnewold, you can scan, cut, or snap your way to fabric design. Jane Dunnewold begins a digital fabric design by laying fibers on a scanner bed. "Almost anything...
    Posted to Quilting Daily by VivikaEditor on 19 Mar 2014
    Filed under: Surface Design, Machine Quilting, Photo Quilt, Quilt Blocks, Quilting Techniques, Dyeing Fabric, Printmaking, Crazy Quilting
  • Tips for Stress-free Design with Digital Imagery

    Last week I was in Cleveland to shoot some guest spots on "Quilting Arts TV" and help oversee taping for new Quilting Arts Workshop TM videos. It was so much fun to see host Pokey Bolton and the other guests! Diane Doran's digitally designed notebook covers, taken from photos. One of the...
    Posted to Quilting Daily by VivikaEditor on 26 Sep 2013
    Filed under: Surface Design, Photo Quilt, Quilting Designs, Fabric Art, Quilt Patterns, Art Quilts, Dyeing Fabric
  • How to Photograph Your Pets for Fabric Art

    Our family dog, Elvis, is a real ham. He's always ready for his close-up, even when he's sleeping. The only trouble is, it's hard to capture his face without it looking like one big black wrinkle. You have to get him in just the right light to reveal his expression. I was able to get this...
    Posted to Quilting Daily by VivikaEditor on 2 Sep 2013
    Filed under: How to Quilt, Photo Quilt, Fabric Art, Quilting Techniques
  • Passages - Wedding & Church Door

    A sweet wedding kiss at the church door inspired this entry in the "Passages" challenge. The couple is a photo printed on fabric and cut out, then the church and sidewalk details are simplified to focus on the church door and the couple.
    Posted to Share Your Quilt & Fiber Art by annmoroz on 20 Jul 2013
    Filed under: wallhanging, Art Quilt, art quilting, wall hanging, art quilts, artquilt, photo on fabric, photo quilt, challenge, wall quilt, wall quilts, wall art, wall hanginging, art quilt challenge, reader challenge, Passages challange
  • Easy Image Transfer Techniques for Photo Quilts and More

    This summer has hardly begun, and it's already been a busy one for my family: graduation, a college orientation trip, camp drop-offs, and even a few hours of gardening. Transferring an image to fabric with Citrasolv is one of several image transfer techniques described in In Stitches Vol. 11. Art...
    Posted to Quilting Daily by VivikaEditor on 8 Jul 2013
    Filed under: Surface Design, Photo Quilt, Fabric Art, Art Quilts, Handmade Quilts
  • Memory Quilts Made Easier with TAP

    Recently, I was looking through pictures of bird art I've made over the years. After the winter we've had, just seeing this bird building its nest on the flowering apple branch makes me happy! Spring has arrived (by the calendar, at least), and that means that even if it snows again, the wintry...
    Posted to Quilting Daily by VivikaEditor on 20 Mar 2013
    Filed under: How to Quilt, Photo Quilt, Memory Quilts, Quilting Supplies, Fabric Art, Art Quilts, Handmade Quilts
  • How to Choose Photos for Compelling Photo Quilts

    Happy New Year! I hope all of you got a chance during the holidays to spend some time with family and friends. I did, and I loved it. In the coming year, I hope to spend more time focused on the things I am most passionate about, and my family and my creative pursuits top the list. Maybe I'll even...
    Posted to Quilting Daily by VivikaEditor on 2 Jan 2013
    Filed under: Surface Design, How to Quilt, Photo Quilt, Memory Quilts, Quilting Designs, Quilting For Beginners, Quilt Patterns, Art Quilts, Quilting Techniques, Handmade Quilts
  • Cowgirl

    Photo quilt using image-editing software. Machine quilted with rayon thread.
    Posted to Share Your Quilt & Fiber Art by BetsyJB on 13 Sep 2011
    Filed under: photo quilt
  • Lipizzaner Stallion Portrait

    This was the first portrait in fabric I had ever done. A friend of mine took the picture, and my daughter manipulated it in photoshop for me. It is 8.5 X 11 inches in size. I framed it for my mother for a gift.
    Posted to Share Your Quilt & Fiber Art by imzadilover on 13 Jul 2011
    Filed under: Art Quilt, applique, original design, QA article inspiration, photo quilt, art photo, Portrait Quilt
  • Bookcase quilt

    Used pre-printed "books" fabric and for the framed photos, I downloaded pictures of photo frames and then printed them on photo fabric, cut them out and then appliqued them over top of the photos. The bookends and other items were also printed out on photo fabric and appliqued. The cats were...
    Posted to Share Your Quilt & Fiber Art by busybee1952 on 5 Jun 2011
    Filed under: photo quilt, Bookcase quilt
  • Farm memory quilt

    This is a quilt I was asked to make for a friend to have as a memory of their farm they own. Thanks to EQ7 it all came together.
    Posted to Share Your Quilt & Fiber Art by Christine.A on 22 Mar 2011
    Filed under: photo quilt
  • Chinese Rest. Fabric Tag

    This tag is one of my favorites. It has a little bit of everything: photo, raw edge fusbile applique, paint, threadwork, and patchwork. It was a lot of fun.
    Posted to Share Your Quilt & Fiber Art by caren12 on 16 Jun 2010
    Filed under: Fused, thread sketching, free motion quilting, patchwork, painted, photo quilt
  • gates in Rome

    This quilt is showing 3 gates in ancient Rome,in the old city Ostia Antica. I made a lot of photo's and this triptich is one of the results. Of course the original ruin is grey. The tree in the middle gate is a photo I printed on cotton and used as background. Machine quilted.
    Posted to Share Your Quilt & Fiber Art by anneke de jong on 27 Mar 2010
    Filed under: Art Quilt, art quilt, anneke, photo on fabric, photo quilt, triptich
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