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Stitch Imagery From Photo to Fabric Fun (DVD)

Author and artist Kelli Perkins shows how to create fabric paintings from your own photos.
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Create whimsical fabric paintings from your own photos; no skill required. Turn a snapshot into a quick watercolor collage, then print it on fabric with Bubble Jet Set® and your inkjet printer.

Learn how to add interest with bleach discharge, ripped layers, stamping, and foiling. Pump up the juicy color with textile paints and oil pastels. Add the magic touch with free-motion thread sketching, and your stitched image is ready for use in quilts, purses, pillows or other mixed-media projects. No experience necessary!

MATERIALS
  • Photo printed on plain paper
  • Pencil (or graphite stick) & eraser
  • Watercolor paper
  • Permanent marker
  • Book pages or ephemera
  • Glue stick
  • Watercolor paints, paintbrushes, water, & paint tray
  • Paper towels
  • Sewing machine with free-motion foot
  • Thread (black and various colors)
  • Scissors
  • Computer, photo-editing software, scanner, & inkjet printer
  • Bleached muslin
  • Bubble Jet Set® 2000
  • Flat container or bowl (to soak fabric)
  • Old towel
  • Iron
  • Freezer paper
  • Soap and water
  • Bleach pen
  • Textile paints
  • Oil pastels
  • Mica pigments & acrylic medium (optional)
  • Rubber stamps
  • Sta-zOn® stamp pad
  • Fusible web
  • Fabric foil
  • Release paper or Teflon® sheet
  • Fabric: background & backing (optional)
  • Batting (optional)
  • Embroidery floss & needle (optional)
  • SKU: 09QM12

    Author/Speaker/Editor: Kelli Perkins

    Format: DVD

    ISBN 13: 9781596681910

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    Create whimsical fabric paintings from your own photos. 

    Turn a snapshot into a quick watercolor collage, then print it on fabric with Bubble Jet Set® and your inkjet printer.

    Learn how to add interest with bleach discharge, ripped layers, stamping, and foiling. Pump up the juicy color with textile paints and oil pastels.

    Add the magical touch of free-motion thread sketching and your stitched image is ready for use in quilts, purses, pillows or other mixed-media projects.
    Beginners welcome! 

     

    SKU: 09QM12

    Author/Speaker/Editor: Kelli Perkins

    Format: DVD

    ISBN 13: 9781596681910

    Customer Reviews

    Highly Recommended Review by Elise Buskey

    I completely agree with all of the Five Star reviews that have been submitted thus far...word for word, articulated so well that I do not need to reiterate what has already been said so well...just chiming in to let others know that I highly recommend this video lesson... Kelli is a true professional and I hope she will do many many more video lessons...I will be watching for them for certain.

    (Posted on 5/18/2011)

    (Posted on 5/18/2011)

    Stitch Imagery: From Photo to Fabric Fun Review by Jan Posch

    I thought Kelli''s workshop was great! All this is new to me, but Kelli''s instructions and demonstrations are thorough. She goes through everything, step by step and even as a beginner, I feel I can do Stitch Imagery after one viewing. It was educational and fun learning all the different media that could be used. This DVD is excellent!

    (Posted on 3/5/2010)

    (Posted on 3/5/2010)

    Stitch Imagery DVD Review by Joy Cj Simon

    Kelli Perkins is an excellant demonstrator. Her information is very well presented, and she gives wonderful step by step instructions. I love the workshop for it''s good detail, and find Kelli pleasant to work with. Definately recommend it to everyone.

    (Posted on 1/20/2010)

    (Posted on 1/20/2010)

    Stitch Imagery: from Photo to Fabric Fun (dvd) Review by natalie robinson

    This was one of the best videos I have ever ordered... it delivers what it promises, Kelli Perkins is very easy to listen to,very easy to follow and I have made various projects using her techniques successfully. Be careful it does get addictive! I would highly recommend this to anyone. The video quality is good, information is very clear, and the price is worth what you get...

    (Posted on 1/6/2010)

    (Posted on 1/6/2010)