Free-Form Fabric Art: Cut, Piece, and Create without Rules with Rayna Gillman (Video Download)

Jump-start your muse with fiber artist Rayna Gillman and learn more about pieced quilt design!
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Get past your creative slump and dive into a fun, refreshing, no-stress approach to pieced quilt design! Learn how to screen print fabrics using Thermofax screens. Explore Raynas methods for free-form cutting and piecing. Play with commercial fabrics, hand-printed fabrics, and hand-dyed fabrics.

By combining colors without worrying about what goes, you can create a stash of one-of-a-kind units you can use any time! Even create a design wall to arrange and rearrange your units into a pleasing composition. Finally, find out Raynas technique for finishing quilts with a facing.

Revive your creativity with Rayna’s fun and freeing methods!




  • Drop cloth (to cover work surface when screen printing)
  • Newspaper (to cover the printing area)
  • Paper towels
  • Fabric to be screen printed (can be solid, hand-dyed, previously printed, etc.)
  • Thermofax® screens
  • Masking tape
  • Fabric paints
  • Plastic spoons
  • Squeegee, or an old credit card, or a plastic scraper
  • Sink for washing out screens, or a dishpan filled with soapy water 
  • Rotary cutting supplies (mat, cutter, ruler)
  • 2 1/2"-wide strips cut from hand-printed fabrics, hand-dyed fabrics, and/or commercial fabrics (You can also work with precut strips such as Jelly Rolls and Tonga Treats.)
  • Iron
  • Sewing machine
  • Design wall (To make one, cover a piece of foam core or pink insulation board with batting.)
  • Pre-sewn strip sets

SKU: EP5300

Author/Speaker/Editor: Rayna Gillman

Format: Standard Definition Video

Runtime: 65 Minutes