Category Archives: Fabric Art

More Sewing Machine Action….

Since I had the machine out anyway, and my favorite jeans needed some new patching, I thought I’d try the Free Motion thing on them. I was able to do it on 2 spots, but the third bit had to … Continue reading

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Free Motion Stitching on the Demon Machine – Finished Scarf

Surprisingly, although I really didn’t enjoy using the sewing machine, this is one of the most satisfying projects I’ve done.  Also, I need to stop bad-mouthing my sewing machine.  It really does run well, and has some pretty cool features, … Continue reading

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Free Motion Stitching on the Demon Machine

So, you might remember that I truly believe that my sewing machine is possessed by demons, and I don’t really enjoy using it.  Or ANY sewing machine, for that matter.  Give me a Table Saw anyday……….. Anyway, having said that, … Continue reading

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Something Different

I’ve seen “art kits” on the ‘net, and thought I’d try to make one.  Basically, it’s some kind of compact, portable storage for art supplies so that you can paint on-the-go. Sadly, this involves sewing, and I have a love/hate … Continue reading

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T-Shirts – Painted and Stencilled

I bought a few T-Shirts with the intention of painting and/or stencilling them, and I’m really loving the process and the final product. This is my “arty” t-shirt – My husband says it looks like an art project gone bad!!!  … Continue reading

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PaverPol – Trying Something New

My sister has been playing around with PaverPol and has made a cool horse’s head, and is working on a funky frog. She’s getting herself and 3 women together, in my studio, to show us how to use this product. … Continue reading

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