Print, Collage, Quilt: Create Unique Art Quilts (Video Download)

Learn how to use thickened dyes with printing techniques to create wholecloth quilt tops.
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Learn how to use thickened dyes with printing techniques to create wholecloth quilt tops. Further explorations using collage and inspired machine-quilting techniques will help you see your surface-designed works-or-art through to completion. Plan, print, and sew with Melanie Testa.

MATERIALS
  • Dropcloth
  • Procion® MX dyes
  • Synthetic urea
  • Measuring spoons
  • Sodium alginate thickener
  • Soda ash
  • Respirator
  • PFD (prepared-for-dyeing) cotton broadcloth
  • 5.5mm silk organza
  • Plexiglas® sheet for printing plate
  • Palette to mix thickened dyes
  • Roller and handle
  • Brayer
  • Materials for adding texture (stamps, bristle brushes, etc.)
  • Mixing cups
  • Spoons
  • Bucket
  • 1-gallon container with secure lid
  • Paper & pencil
  • Scissors
  • Freezer paper
  • Clear plastic sheeting to protect your pattern
  • Spatula
  • Rags
  • Gloves
  • Safety glasses
  • Watercolor paintbrushes
  • Iron & ironing surface
  • Fusible web
  • Rayon thread for machine quilting
  • Schmetz Metallica sewing machine needles
  • SKU: EP1424

    Author/Speaker/Editor: Melanie Testa

    Format: Standard Definition Video

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    SKU: EP1424

    Author/Speaker/Editor: Melanie Testa

    Format: Standard Definition Video

    Customer Reviews

    great multi layering methods Review by NULL NULL

    Great dvd, it demonstrates several ways to give your quilts great depth and texture. By multi layering materials and methods. Dyeing your fabrics then painting with the dyes layer by layer. Combining the use of heavy cottons with thin organza fabrics, and using reverse applique to remove some of the applied and dyed fabric, this dvd is full of rich goodness to bring out the artist in you. one thing, the volume was recorded to low. and even with my computer turned to the highest level it was a little difficult to hear.

    (Posted on 9/5/2010)

    (Posted on 9/5/2010)