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Painted Pictorial Quilts taught by Annette Kennedy

Brushstroke by brushstroke, Annette Kennedy shows you how to use paint to bring your quilted landscapes to life with depth and richness.

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Funky
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What materials did you use? all required materials from class list (fabric - Batiks, paint, brushes, gel medium, etc.)

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What are you most proud of? i really put off doing the actual painting, not knowing what to expect! i'm glad i didn't give up and finished the project. P.S. Also, most proud that my daughter said it was awesome, that she wishes she could paint like that, and that the leaf looked real! that made my day! :)

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? putting the flower together is easy. i had a hard time choosing the right fabrics since i don't have a large stash. i would make sure to select fabrics for the stem & leaf that have more contrast than mine. i bound my piece with rattail binding & a zig-zag stitch as learned in the stupendous stitching class. i bought all the required paints and am sure i can use them on another landscape quilt, but if you only want to make the flower, you won't need so many colours!

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Great work! And I love the rat tail binding - I'm taking the Stupendous Stitching class, too, so this will inspire me to get going!

10/05/2012 Flag

thanks! i'm sure you'll enjoy both classes!!!!

10/05/2012 Flag