Accidental Artist Full-Day Workshop Supply List

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Bird on a Branch #6 detail by Laura Wasilowski made with fused scraps.

When you design quilts as you go, you embrace serendipity and become an “accidental artist”. Learn several methods of creating fused quilt designs in an improvisational manner. Begin with a heap of pre-fused fabric scraps from Laura’s stash to trigger your design ideas. Learn various systems for constructing your artwork and put your colorful fabric kit to good use. You’ll create and learn as you go. It’s fun to design on the fly!

Supplies Participants Should Bring:

– 2 yards of regular weight Wonder-Under fusible web (paper backed #805). Please DO NOT BRING Heat ‘n Bond or Steam a Seam
– 1 yard of parchment paper
– Sharp scissors like small 5″ knife blade scissors
– Paper scissors
– Rotary cutters, ruler, and mat
– Specialty blades, like Pinking, Wavy, or Scallop (optional)
– Batting, 1 piece measuring about 18″ x 18″
– Quilt backing fabric, 1 piece measuring about 18” x 18″
– Iron and ironing surface (if not provided by group)
-Thimble (optional)
– Small plastic bag for fabric scraps
– Tweezers (optional).

$25 Kit Fee: Includes hand out, pre-fused scraps, hand-dyed fabrics and threads, and a needle.

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An example of some of the fused fabric scraps that will trigger your next quilt design in this class.

Some examples of methods of constructing a fused art quilt that will be shown in class.

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Building a vignette with design elements extending into the surrounding border.

 

 

 

 

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Building on a collage background.

 

 

colorchips6horizontalBuilding a set of color chip collages and combining them in abstract designs.

Laura Wasilowski   324 Vincent Place   Elgin, IL 60123
  
laura@artfabrik.com   www.artfabrik.com

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