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Re: sewing with tiny bits of fabric 01 Apr 2013 07:40 #100327

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Re: sewing with tiny bits of fabric 01 Apr 2013 07:32 #100326

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Or do you mean. One of the earlier collage type quilts...
Episode 409 Cindy Brick. Crazy quilts
Episode 705 Frieda Anderson. Tips tricks... (Fusible)
Episode 801 Susan Carlsson. Painting with fabric
Episode 902 Lola Jenkins. Serendipity strikes. Fantasy collage technique
Episode 908 Dianne Hire wedgies danglers flunkies
Then there are the Laura Wasilowski shows, and I havn't found the one that I was looking for... I know it was a visit to someone's studio, and she showed us how to use up the smallest bits and pieces to make pictures... Portraits were shown in depth...
Gosh we've had so many fabulous shows... And I'm so lucky I have all but the last three seasons on DVD too... :P :P :P
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Re: sewing with tiny bits of fabric 01 Apr 2013 07:18 #100325

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PDQuilt wrote:
No, you're thinking of Noriko Endo.

I keyed in on "Santorini" in Norma's post... sorry! Noriko Endo is one who uses the tulle and tiny scraps technique. So does Susan Carlson (episode 801). Hope this helps a little better... :oops:

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Re: sewing with tiny bits of fabric 01 Apr 2013 07:14 #100324

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No, you're thinking of Noriko Endo.
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Re: sewing with tiny bits of fabric 01 Apr 2013 07:04 #100322

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[url]watch/watch-shows/video/show-1109-fabulous-fabric-landscapes-by-accident[/url]

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Re: sewing with tiny bits of fabric 01 Apr 2013 05:09 #100312

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Episode 1109 – Fabulous Fabric Landscapes... By Accident! (Karen Eckmeier)--hopefully, that's the one you're thinking of...

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Re: sewing with tiny bits of fabric 01 Apr 2013 04:04 #100310

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You might mean the show where the artist made a Santorini like city. It's so annoying because at the moment I can't find the show. Maybe someone else can remember the artists name

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Re: sewing with tiny bits of fabric 01 Apr 2013 01:49 #100305

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I'd like to see the show. I tried it recently with netting and failed it was too ugly so I used bondaweb then sliced and put on with tweezers.

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sewing with tiny bits of fabric 01 Apr 2013 00:10 #100303

I think there was a show at one time where the quilt artist used a rotary cutter and cut fabric into tiny bits then sewed them on using free motion stitching. I can't remember where it was I saw it or how to find it. Does anyone else remember this? Did the artist use netting or tuille to hold the pieces down before stitching?? Thanks for any help or direction.
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