Low-Tech Metal Apps Wire Foil Mesh & Screen DVD

You’ll be inspired by the stunning results you can achieve with these simple and affordable low-tech applications.
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Discover the endless possibilities for using low-tech metal applications to alter and embellish the surfaces of all types of artwork—from mixed-media wall art and collage to book arts, quilts, and other fiber art. After whetting our appetites with an introduction to metal embellishments on her Quilting Arts Workshop™, “Metal Embellishments: Incorporating Wire, Foil, Metal Sheeting, & More into Fiber Art,” in this DVD, Mary delves even further into specific materials and techniques. Patinas, shaping, and forging are all covered. Discover unique manipulations for wire, including looping and twining. Learn to attach altered metals to a variety of surfaces to add depth, interest, and color to your artwork.

SKU: 10QM25

Author/Speaker/Editor: Mary Hettmansperger

Format: DVD

ISBN 13: 9781596683952

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Materials
  • Wire (26-, 24-, 22-, 20- and 18-gauge): copper, tinned copper, and craft
  • Copper foil: .002-gauge
  • Metal cloth: screen, mesh, hardware cloth
  • Liver of sulfur
  • Found objects (natural, plastic, and metal, including hardware, old jewelry parts, electronic and industrial items)
  • Decorative paper
  • Waxed linen cords, threads, embroidery floss
  • Beads and embellishments
  • Fabrics
  • Batting (optional)

Tools

  • Safety glasses
  • Tapestry and sewing needles
  • BernzOmatic® QUICKFIRE® propane torch
  • Old pliers
  • Bowl of water
  • Metal sheer cutters
  • Wire cutters
  • Pliers
  • Anvil
  • Hammer
  • Steel wool
  • Scissors
  • Embossing supplies: powders, stamps, embossing ink pad
  • Heat gun for embossing
  • Iron
  • Ironing board
  • Sewing machine (optional)

SKU: 10QM25

Author/Speaker/Editor: Mary Hettmansperger

Format: DVD

ISBN 13: 9781596683952

Customer Reviews

Low-Tech Metal Apps Review by Sherry Collier

I rather enjoyed this video

(Posted on 4/29/2011)

(Posted on 4/29/2011)