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Re: sewing with tiny bits of fabric 07 Apr 2013 08:06 #100900

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http://park19.wakwak.com/~noriko/

for Noriko's website
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Re: sewing with tiny bits of fabric 07 Apr 2013 07:59 #100899

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Search on Youtube for confetti1, confetti2, and confetti3 for Noriko Endo's Simply Quilts show, broken up into 3 parts.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phC8QkYu4ig

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_JB-x3CzqrM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IB_nBv0GLiE

I just saw the first one under Marilyn's link, then the third showed up, so there must have been a 2, right?

She shreds her fabric with a rotary cutter first and makes a palette. Doesn't look easy to me.
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Re: sewing with tiny bits of fabric 07 Apr 2013 04:16 #100892

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It's my guess that we have found it now. Here is a snippet more. I don't understand a word but the video shows tulle
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sYLkCIvHgEA

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Re: sewing with tiny bits of fabric 07 Apr 2013 01:37 #100886

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She did Marilyn!!! http://www.hgtv.com/simply-quilts/snippet-sensations/index.html Unfortunately the video is no longer available - the link takes you to a page with the description of the show only. On her website she only has the books. :D

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Re: sewing with tiny bits of fabric 06 Apr 2013 18:44 #100875

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Cindy Walters is the name of the original "snippets" lady. Try her site. She's doing different things now. I'm
thinking she did that on a Simply Quilts ages ago !
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Re: sewing with tiny bits of fabric 06 Apr 2013 17:22 #100868

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Cheers Rita

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Re: sewing with tiny bits of fabric 06 Apr 2013 17:15 #100866

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Thanks Rita! That's the video that I remember and now I see why I can't find it in the TQS archives! :roll: :oops:


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Re: sewing with tiny bits of fabric 06 Apr 2013 17:05 #100865

I recall something with Norino Endo - Confetti quilting. It was around the time of her exhibition in New York but maybe it was just in the daily blog. I found this on youtube though. There is a Confetti 1, Confetti 2 and Confetti 3 - and it's our very own Alex on Simply Quilts.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phC8QkYu4ig
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Re: sewing with tiny bits of fabric 06 Apr 2013 14:52 #100857

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twiglet wrote:
Here's a video of Noriko Endo's technique
http://park19.wakwak.com/~noriko/

Has she been a guest Margo?

I think that she has been mentioned in a couple of Daily Blogs, but not as a guest for a whole episode. Does anyone else have a memory of an episode with Noriko?

[url]daily-blog/[/url]


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Re: sewing with tiny bits of fabric 06 Apr 2013 14:40 #100855

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Here's a video of Noriko Endo's technique
http://park19.wakwak.com/~noriko/

Has she been a guest Margo?

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Re: sewing with tiny bits of fabric 06 Apr 2013 14:38 #100854

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Re: sewing with tiny bits of fabric 06 Apr 2013 14:36 #100853

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What about the silver birch one? I'll have a look

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Re: sewing with tiny bits of fabric 06 Apr 2013 14:26 #100852

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twiglet wrote:
I think David Taylor used the technique. May be worth checking his website. :D

David Taylor does not use fusibles or netting. His stuff is all needle-turned!! :shock:


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Re: sewing with tiny bits of fabric 06 Apr 2013 13:27 #100849

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I did not rewatch the shows that Lotti listed, but the term "snippets" comes to mind. There was a lady teaching a Snippets class in Houston one year, and I think she was on a TQS episode. I believe the reason she used tweezers to place the snippets onto the fabric, was that it had a bonding agent on one side, like Light Steam-A-Seam 2 and so could just be ironed on, once the design was to your liking. I hope you eventually find the technique you are looking for! Good luck!

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