As many of you know, I learn by PLAYING and experimenting. The types of stabilizer I use to reinforce the textile illustration varies from project to project.
Hooray it’s time for another fun sewing art challenge to help endangered animals (and insects.) You may create ALL forms of fabric art, embroidery, thread-painting, fabric collage or anything you wish.
My webinars and workshops go into detail focusing on the animal we are illustrating. You are now ready to begin building this collage. Feathers, fur, beaks and claws are all stitched using the same threads, however they may be done in a different way.
Part 4 – Hooray the CalicoHorse pattern is now ready for you to download! Please gather your materials and be sure to visit the photo gallery and CLICK on each photo to read the instructions. During the month of January I will be broadcasting LIVE step-by-step tutorials to help you sew. These will be recorded for you to watch later…
Part 3 – The response and outpouring of people who wish to create a stuffed CalicoHorse for people in need has been tremendous! As stated in my last blog, the materials have been carefully selected to assure they are accepted into the various organizations who will be receiving our huggable herd. They will be delivered to foster children and adults in care centers who are in desperate need of a hug.
Part 2 – Choosing Materials. Lorraine Turner is teaming up with Days at Dunrovin (a ranch in Montana) to create stuffed calico horses to be delivered to foster children and adults in care centers in time for Valentine’s Day! She is looking for VOLUNTEERS to help create the herd.