Sunday, 6 June 2010

A creative mixture


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These are Fabric Charms,its just laying down a mixture of fibres then a layer of Organza and free sewing over,really easy,I need to get a neater edging though,practice makes perfect lol,and finding the right stitch on my machine !



The theme for this one is our own choice but using either fabric paper, fused layers using bondaweb or solvy or any other technique,this has a number of techs,mainly Fabric Paper,watercolour paper,and Angelina Fibers .

They are all my last couple of weeks work for my group swaps,I have joined 2 new groups,I,m really enjoying the challenging swaps,these are all fabric,my next one a chunky book,theme being dark and Grungy Gothic Arches,so i,m looking forward to that,NO fabric work lol.

9 comments:

Arlene said...

I went to a stamp convention in my town a couple weeks ago and saw and purchased several Angelina fibers there. http://www.sewthankful.com/AngelinaFibers.html
I think these may be the same. I think they come in sheets too. The person there fused them with an iron and made pins.

Love the postcard and your beautiful works of art.

柏懿綺辰 said...

we‘re so proud of you!............................................................

Cindy Is Crafty said...

Pattie,
They are lovely. I, personally, prefer the edges on my fabric creations a little raggedy. I think it adds to the charm! (no pun intended!)

eclectic archivist said...

Patti I love you fabric charms!

Spyder said...

Love these, they are beautiful
(Lyn)

Rena Sawatski said...

Pattie, these are gorgeous. I haven't even started on my charms yet, but you are certainly an inspiration!

怡婷 said...

No pains, no gains...................................................................

Chris said...

All gorgeous, Pattie. Love the lilac shade of your heart, your charms look great with the ragged edges and I love all the different elements of your fabric paper piece

Hideko Ishida 石田英子 said...

I happened to have found your flickr site and blog (through Angelique's, to tell the truth) and felt love in your works. I've ordered your altered book by Etsy shop. I love your work, all,so much!!