Artfabrik | Hand-dyed Fabrics and Threads and Art Quilts by Laura Wasilowski
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Artfabrik | Hand-dyed Fabrics and Threads and Art Quilts by Laura Wasilowski Search Main menu Skip to primary content Skip to secondary content Home/Blog Workshops & Lectures Workshops Lectures Resume Schedule Contract Artfabrik Store Hand-Dyed Fabrics Hand-Dyed Threads Books and DVDs Craftsy Class Kits Patterns Notions Craftsy Classes Quilt Portfolios Small Art Quilts for Sale Large Art Quilts by Laura Wasilowski On Exhibit: Art Quilts by Laura Wasilowski Currently on Exhibit Tutorials Thread-u-cation Fused Binding Wrapped Binding Fusing Tips Pattern Transfer How to Load Decorative Blades onto Rotary Cutter Handles How to Make an Improvised Fused Art Quilt How to Store Threads for Stitching Preparing Threads for the Sewing Machine CSOF Contact Post navigation ← Older posts How to Pick Out Fabrics for Fusing Posted on July 26, 2016 by Laura 1 It’s a little know fact (I love that phrase!) that when you pick out fabrics for your next fused art quilt you want to look at the back of the fabric. You are making a raw edge or fused quilt which means you don’t necessarily finish the edges of design elements with stitching. You see the edges of the fabric shapes. If you have a great print on one side, the other side may be almost white. When you cut out an element from that fabric, a white edge will appear around the element. Use hand dyed or batik fabrics. The color goes all the way through the fabric. It’s a little known fact! Posted in fabric, fusing, how to | 1 Reply How to Load Your Decorative Blades Posted on July 24, 2016 by Laura 6 Have you tried cutting your fused fabrics with decorative rotary cutter blades ? Most decorative blades like pinking, wave, and scallop can be used on the same handle used for your straight blades. But did you know you have to load a decorative blade in a special way to get a clean and easy cut? Check out these directions on how to load your decorative blades on my Tutorial Page. Posted in how to, tips, tools | 6 Replies Guest Artist: Ready for the Next One Posted on July 22, 2016 by Laura 8 Tiny Home by Gini Isn’t this sweet? This small quilt was made by Gini in my Tiny Homes class in Madison, WI a while back. Here’s what she says: Just wanted to let you know that had a wonderful time at your Tiny House workshop in Madison and an even better time with all the embroidery. Your fabrics and thread make it an absolute joy – they make me so happy! I have a tendency to overthink and your approach was very freeing and spontaneous. And I haven’t messed up my iron either! …..I’m ready to start another project using the same technique. Thanks for sharing your work with us Gini. I am so happy you did not mess up your iron! Posted in guest artist | 8 Replies Going to Grand Rapids? Posted on July 20, 2016 by Laura 4 Young Forest #5 by Laura Wasilowski This summer, three of SAQA’s art quilt exhibits can be found in Grand Rapid, MI. Both Seasonal Palette and Food for Thought will be on display at the newly renovated Gerald R. Ford Museum from July 1 through August 31st. The exhibit, People & Portraits will be on view as part of AQS Quilt Week in Grand Rapids from August 10-13. Young Forest #5 (detail) by Laura Wasilowski Sadly, this is your last chance to see Seasonal Palette. But happily my quilt, Young Forest #5, is part of this exhibit. I’m told this is one of SAQA’s most popular exhibitions having been viewed by over 100,000 people around the globe. Posted in quilt exhibits, quilt shows, SAQA, seasonal palette | 4 Replies Graphic Imagery Class Success! Posted on July 15, 2016 by Laura 4 Flowers by Janice made in Creating Graphic Imagery Class Last week I taught a workshop at Quilter’s Affair in Sister OR called Creating Graphic Imagery. And the results were magnificent! Here you see a the beginnings of a beautiful quilt by one of my students, Janice. Creating Graphic Imagery is a revival of a “woodcut” class I taught long ago. Students receive a color pallet of fabrics in pastel and bright rainbow gradations. The kit fabric is fused as is a piece of black background fabric. Fused fabric shapes are cut and placed on top of the black to reveal a small black outline around each shape. This gives it the “woodcut” look that makes its so dramatic. Each quilt design was different in class because each student designed their own work and made a pattern for themselves. That’s what I call a successful class. Posted in classes, guest artist, workshops | 4 Replies Balance: Making Flowers on Silk #10 Posted on July 13, 2016 by Laura 2 Another set of jolly flowers to the right of the giant flower help balance out this free-stitched garden. It only takes two circles of the Lazy Daisy Stitch to make the daisy-like blooms. But first, the centers are made with a circle of Stem Stitches that are filled in with Needle Weaving. Add a few French Knots and these posies are complete. More flowers drop in across the silk repeating shapes and colors. And the grasses are filled in with Straight Stitches and the loops of the single Lazy Daisy Stitch. Just like making a balanced design, life requires balance too. And that’s why I’m setting this project aside for a while as I begin a week of dyeing. It’s also an opportunity to think about where to stitch next on this small garden on silk. Posted in embroidery, flowers, free form embroidery, stitching | 2 Replies Post navigation ← Older posts Artfabrik Store Craftsy Classes Artfabrik Newsletter Sign up here for the Artfabrik Monthly Newsletter Email Address* Privacy by SafeUnsubscribe Subscribe here to receive notification of new blog posts by Laura. Click on Profile. 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