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Welcome, this is a place to try different techniques with other quilters/fiber artists.

If you've been wanting to try new techniques or if you have tried ones that are new to us.....join in!

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2019 May 1st Collage Quilt

Started by Brenda Crisci. Last reply by Sharon May 14. 17 Replies

Good morning everyone.  This month we are going to experiment with collage.  To get inspired, take a look on Pinterest for the following artists...Susan CarlsonDanny AmazonasLaura HeinFor our first attempt at this technique, choose a simple…Continue

2019 Fabric shredding/slashing/reverse applique February 4th

Started by Brenda Crisci. Last reply by Brenda Crisci Apr 23. 43 Replies

This will be our first experiment. We will start a new technique on the first Monday of each month starting with February. Gather your thoughts, ideas and questions and we will get started on Feb. 4th.  Continue

2019 March 4th Water Soluble Thread and Stabilizers

Started by Brenda Crisci. Last reply by Terri D. Apr 22. 9 Replies

This month we will explore different uses for water soluble thread.  Have you purchased a spool of this product only to have it sit on a shelf?  Lets look closer at this wonderful product to see how many uses we can find.I have added stabilizers to…Continue

2019 Techniques to Explore

Started by Brenda Crisci. Last reply by Terri D. Apr 22. 17 Replies

Please list here any and all techniques you would like to learn.  Together we will play, get messy, and create some beautiful, unusual pieces of art.  I'll go first....join in!Paint pouring on fabricWorking with sheersadding mirrors to an art…Continue

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Comment by B J Elder/WA on April 19, 2015 at 3:40pm

I've pulled out my embroidery books and am finding some good info on stumpwork.So.... I'm jumping in and will try this. Now to get my idea.  This and the soon to be new TP challenge should keep me busy, along with recovering all the outside chair cushions for the deck furniture at the lodges. Just ordered 24 yards of fabric. AUGH! What am I getting myself into? LOL 

Comment by Charlotte Gustavson on April 19, 2015 at 2:54pm

I actually have two books on stumpwork but never got around to trying it! lol I remember one of the books had this phenomenal piece of a golfer that just blew me away! Probably why I never tried it! :D

Comment by Brenda Crisci on April 19, 2015 at 8:45am

OK, the technique is open, I will post links later on, If you want to join and have a link that looks like a good tutorial, please let me know and I'll add your name and your link to the DF above...

Comment by B J Elder/WA on April 19, 2015 at 7:08am

Looks fun!

Comment by Gwen on April 19, 2015 at 6:37am

I found this when I googled Stumpwork...

sample page...

Comment by linda harriott/UK on April 19, 2015 at 6:13am

I joined in too but must have forgotten to post comment. duh.

Comment by B J Elder/WA on April 19, 2015 at 6:08am

Sounds interesting. Will you put up links to it or do we find it on our own?

Comment by Gwen on April 19, 2015 at 6:02am

Sounds perfect to me, Brenda.

Comment by Brenda Crisci on April 19, 2015 at 4:27am

Raised Embroidery......Hmmm....it is beautiful.  OK, this is something new....lets take a vote...who wants to give stumpwork a try.  Something small, no larger than a post card...something we get to keep, not a swap....just so we can add this technique to our tool box.

Comment by linda harriott/UK on April 18, 2015 at 11:27pm

I have tried stumpwork, I did a thistle and a small bee.  Still have the piece  somewhere, very relaxing to do I remember. Think I made acorns too.

 

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