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Welcome, this is a place to try different techniques with other quilters/fiber artists. Create a technique journal at the end of a year containing all the tried techniques. Join in and let us know which techniques interests you most!


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Holiday Treasures

Started by Brenda Crisci. Last reply by Diana Bracy Dec 27, 2011. 10 Replies

This will be used as an area where we can upload photos of gifts made using any of the techniques we have explored here.  Please, when posting pictures list the technique or techniques used....Continue

Technique 15 - Fancy Folds

Started by Brenda Crisci. Last reply by Diana Bracy Oct 22, 2011. 24 Replies

OK.....on to something new.....lets explore different ways to add dimension to our projects using folded fabric.  Here are some links to get us started.  Please post any links you have as well..…Continue

Technique 14 - From Ragz to Ritchez

Started by Brenda Crisci. Last reply by Diana Bracy Sep 6, 2011. 34 Replies

Creating Custom Background Fabric.........(yeah Charlotte!.....your guess was right!)Step 1Choose a pallet based on temperature....  Warm   -   Neutral   -   CoolStep 2Gather fabrics and threads -  cottons, organza, chiffon, lame, silk, netting (I…Continue

Technique 9 - On your mark, get ready, STAMP!

Started by Brenda Crisci. Last reply by Diana Bracy Aug 19, 2011. 82 Replies

Technique 9 will be the exploration of creating art stamps.  Here are some ideas to get you started.  Please check out youtube and do a little surfing!  You can use paint, ink, ?  Blueberry juice if you have it! carving erasers - handmade rubber…Continue

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Comment by Brenda Crisci on February 16, 2014 at 11:10pm

Welcome Jody...LOL...yes it has been a while.....perhaps we could put a little life back into this one...

Comment by B J Elder/WA on February 16, 2014 at 7:29pm

We have taken a bit of a break here. LOL  

Comment by Jody Davis-Wood on February 16, 2014 at 7:26pm

Hi Brenda you mentioned your group so I thought I would join and check it out. Looks like a lot of the Art quilt group are also on this group. I will have to check out some of the earlier posts. It looks like it has been awhile since anyone posted. 

Comment by Sandy B /AUS on October 12, 2013 at 3:29pm

That does sound lovely Charlotte. I suppose that means fabric shopping then - lovely. LOL Thank you everyone.

Comment by Gwen/OH on October 12, 2013 at 9:35am

Ohhh, Charlotte, your idea is better!! great instructions too.

Comment by Charlotte Gustavson on October 12, 2013 at 9:23am



Comment by B J Elder/WA on October 12, 2013 at 9:21am

Whoa -- not just a great idea but the directions how to do it!  Way to go Charlotte!

Comment by Charlotte Gustavson on October 12, 2013 at 9:08am

Add side borders in a lovely batik and you could make a table runner. To add the borders one at a time, you sandwich the finished piece between two strips of fabric and a strip of batting ( fabric strips face down and a strip of batting on the underside) and stitch your seam. Fold it back out and press the seams and you have an instant border you can now quilt. Finish the other three sides (I'd do the long sides first and use your walking foot to sew the seam for an easier job). Instant gratification! :D

Comment by linda harriott/UK on October 12, 2013 at 7:38am

jewellery roll, pencil case, knitting needle roll, all would be lovely.

Comment by Gwen/OH on October 12, 2013 at 7:22am

Oh, very pretty, by the way. 

I am working on an art piece and find that since I took a b-i-g break from them, it's not coming along as I thought it should. I do this "I know better than that!" when I make a goof-up...hopefully I will get back in sinc...


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