Quilting Arts Workshop: Surface Design Essentials for the Printed Quilt DVD
You'll love this if:
- You want to create custom prints using paints, photos, and more!
- You want to add cyanotype printing, heliographic sun prints, Thermofax®, and collagraph printing techniques in your art quilts.
- You want to learn how to incorporate custom prints into to your art quilts using block arrangements and echo quilting.
Transform prints, paints, and photos into vibrant art quilts with Sue Reno
Join award-winning quilter and surface design expert Sue Reno for this Quilting Arts Workshop™ video dedicated to teaching you best practices for altering your fabric using for distinct surface design techniques. Follow along and learn how to use paints, dyes, and chemicals to add custom images, prints, and botanical shapes to your fabrics.
Begin by exploring cyanotype and how to create crisp custom blue-and-white patterns with this technique. Want more color and variation? Try your hand at making heliographic sun prints using paint and plant specimens. Sue demonstrates how to add interest to quilt designs with Thermofax® and collagraph printing techniques with stunning examples of each.
Order your copy of this Quilting Arts Workshop today to:
- Explore four different print making techniques that will yield unique and striking prints.
- Get an in-depth demonstration of the printing methods and materials, along with detailed directions.
- Learn how to incorporate the printed fabrics into your art quilts, with Sue's vibrant examples.
- And much more!
About the Artist:
Sue Reno is an award-winning fiber artist who lives and works in Lancaster County, PA. Her rich and intricate art quilts reflect her local environment and incorporate imagery drawn from her studies of botany, wildlife, historic architecture, and the Susquehanna River. Sue's artwork has been exhibited in national and international venues, featured in many fine craft publications, and hung in numerous museums. Her career includes lecturing on the creative process and serving as a juror for fine craft and quilt exhibitions.
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