Let's play with Wax Pastels & create a water color painting on fabric to brighten those cold winter days. This is a very easy, fun way to paint on fabric. As a bonus you will perfect your machine quilting skills & create a beautiful little quilted wall hanging. Don't worry about having to know how to draw, Susan will have a pattern you can trace to make this a really easy process, and yes you can be an artist! Along with drawing & simple painting there will be lots of focus on color. The finish will be done with the wacky log cabin piecing for a fun border. You can't make just one!!!
Questions: Susan Edmonson (704) 795-3047 or email: email@example.com
“Flower Doodles” Supply List
Sewing machine in good working order 1/4” presser foot (Bernina #37 or #57) & Free-motion presser foot (Bernina BSR, #29 or #9) Caran D’Ache Wax Pastels Neo Color II (Susan will have these available for your use in class) *** Paint brushes (short bristle white, 1/4”-1/2” width) Susan will have some you can use in class. Fat Quarter of PFD fabric (Prepared for Dying) 3 batik fabrics (1/2 yard or so of each so they will coordinate/contrast with the flowers.) 20” square of Quilters Dream Cotton Batting or Dream Fusible Batting Silver General’s Pencil (silver artist pencil) Variegated Quilting threads to match your flower colors (YLI, King Tut or Oliver Twist) Rotary Cutter, matt, & ruler (14” -16” square ruler is helpful) Large square ruler (if you have one) Garden Magazine for color inspiration Flower Doodles Pattern $10.00 Textile Medium (Susan will have this for you in class) Questions: Susan Edmonson (704) 795-3047 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.susanedmonsondesigns.com ***Sources for Wax Pastels: Dick Blick (they usually arrive within 3 days) Cheap Joe’s Art Supplies, Charlotte, NC Donna Downey Studio, Huntersville, NC