Friday, December 14, 2018

“Art, like morality, consists in drawing the line somewhere.” ~ Gilbert Keith Chesterton

Mosaic Extravaganza 2019 Workshop - Testing the Waters of Fabric Art Design...
In the world of fiber, textile, quilt, and fabric art, the constant feature is always changing. There are new techniques, new products, and new teachers. But where is the 'somewhere' we're suppose to draw the line when it comes to developing our own style or testing the waters of design?

In this workshop, which begins on January 3rd, 2019, you're not expected to copy an inspiration object, someone else's pattern, or an instructor's carefully planned venue. Well, maybe a little...


I will be helping you get to a place that will resemble this photo to some extent. From this point, I'll be helping you to fill in this mosaic using your 'inner designer'. "Don't have one," you say! Well, let's see if you still think that way at the end of this workshop...

Grab some fabric scraps, some fusible web, a pair of scissors, and a tacking iron. Then sign up for this fun and challenging online workshop.

Let's scatter some color together!

2 comments:

  1. Mosaics is one of my favorite styles to work with. We made stepping stones for our garden years ago using broken china and glass. I think working with fabric is much safer than breaking pieces of tile and china with a hammer. Giggle!
    This sounds like a great way to use up fabric scraps.

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