Fabric Collage – Directional Pathways Part 3

As I continue to write this blog to help others, I must pause and reflect on areas with which some beginners are having difficulty. And so, before continuing with step 8, let’s talk more about fabrics. I tell students to choose large and small prints in darks, mediums, and lights. I avoid certain fabrics, such as batiks and solids, in favor of directional patterns that help build the collage…

Fabric Collage-Bonding the Pattern Part 5

It’s now time to decide how to build your fabric collage. There are many ways, however, I prefer to work directly onto my background fabric. I’m working like a painter— background, middle ground and foreground. I work in this precise order as I’m creating an illustration and not just filling in a cookie-cutter flat object…

Fabric Collage Webinar “A Hug Above”

LIVE Online WEBINAR – Sept. 15-16 – If you’ve ever wanted to learn fabric collage and are unable to attend one of Lorraine’s workshops due to travel restrictions, now you can! A webinar you can watch from your own home is now available.
This is a 2-day webinar where you will be working alongside Lorraine as she takes you step-by-step through the process.

Fabric Collage Webinar “Cliffhangers”

LIVE Online WEBINAR – Oct. 14, 15, 21-22 • 10AM – 3:00PM EDT – If you’ve ever wanted to learn fabric collage and are unable to attend one of Lorraine’s workshops due to travel restrictions, now you can! A webinar you can watch from your own home is now available.
This is a 2-day webinar where you will be working alongside Lorraine as she takes you step-by-step through the process. We shall be creating a fabric collage and adding texture.