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Bits and Pieces Scrap Fabric Landscapes

Bits and Pieces Scrap Fabric Landscapes

  • Briefly: Turn your fabric scraps into amazingly beautiful and breathtaking landscapes! (Scroll down for detailed description)
  • Type: Workshop
  • Tutor: Marilyn Lee
  • Videos: 13
  • Skill Level: Beginner
  • Number of Lessons: 5
  • Techniques

    Applique, Design

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  • Tags: applique, applique design, art quilt, Design a quilt, fiber arts, Machine Appliqué, machine quilting, Marilyn Lee, online workshop, thread painting

  • Regular price $53.00 USD
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    • Description
    • Requirements

    Turn all of those scrap pieces you have been saving into an amazing art quilt landscape! Don't have scraps? No worries! Marilyn will teach you how to turn fabric pieces into scraps.

    In this workshop, you will learn how to cut, organize, piece, thread paint and finish a beautiful landscape. We will even learn a bit about basic art principles. This is such a fun way to create a stunning piece of art and all from those scraps you didn't know what to do with! You won't be using a pattern but you will be amazed at how easy and exciting it is to step out of your comfort zone and let the creativity flow!  Marilyn is so looking forward to working with you!

    Watch Marilyn's welcome video below to see some of the amazing things she does.

    Note: Once purchased, you can access the class data any time, 24 hours a day and you get immediate access. (if you don't have an account we suggest you sign up for one prior to purchase) 

    Time Duration applies only to teacher access for your question and answer duration.


    Lesson one: Art Principles and preparing your fabric

    Lesson two: Cutting your scrap pieces and beginning to piece the sky area

    Lesson three: Piecing the rest of your quilt and adding foreground elements

    Lesson four: Thread painting

    Lesson five: Quilting, adding a unique border, and finishing your quilt


        Supplies Required for Workshop

        You will be planning your own landscape (or if you wish, use Marilyn's as a guide) so the amounts of supplies will vary a great deal depending on what size you decide to make.

        • Fabric scraps and/or fabric pieces
        • Paper-backed fusible webbing
        • Iron
        • Sharp scissors, preferably one large and one small pair
        • Teflon or silicone ironing sheet (optional)
        • Muffin tins, small baggies, small containers, or large table
        • Quilt base fabric
        • Batting
        • Thread
        • Sewing machine
        • Pins
        • Fabric marker or magic marker
        • Backing fabric
        • Border fabric