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Circle of Valley Life / Stitch & Slash

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Circle of Valley Life

Created in this Craftsy class

Stitch & Slash taught by Carol Ann Waugh

Popular instructor Carol Ann Waugh returns to Craftsy for more fiber fun. Get your seam ripper ready to destroy in the name of creation.

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
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What materials did you use? 4 Batiks with the Elk scene as the bottom layer. Embellished with wool and ribbon, plus beads and orange tinted tail feather from a Flicker. No birds were hurt in this creation.

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What are you most proud of? I see a body, head shape in the center, so I added bead and feather work to make it look like a headdress. Strangely enough I was thinking I needed some or a feather and the next morning a Northern Flicker left me a tail feather in the yard. Thoughtful of him.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Just enjoy. Nothing better than tearing up material.

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really lovely:)

09/27/2012 Flag

Thank you, enjoyed creating the fibre art.

09/27/2012 Flag

Wow...really creative!

10/03/2012 Flag

thank you, I enjoy creating the wall hanging.

10/04/2012 Flag

This is top drawer. The fabric choices as well as the somewhat monochromatic palate gives it a unique tribal vibe that is sorta new age and eclectic. It reminds me of a 21st century cave drawing. This is really creative. Good show!

10/14/2012 Flag

WOW! Thank you. Recently showed the wall hanging at an Art's Fest and recieved a lot of compliments on my work.

10/18/2012 Flag

Good grief, I'm just stunned. I'm looking at the piece, and my brain is spinning, wondering how you knew just where those animals were, so you could let them show. Hmmm. Maybe hold it up to a window? It's absolutely wonderful, and thank you for sharing your gifted talent.

01/22/2013 Flag

It was too simple to find the animals, I used the back of the print to show me where they were situated.

01/22/2013 Flag

This is beautiful! Gives me an idea on how to use some motif fabric I just bought.

04/19/2013 Flag

Thank you, I enjoyed making this one as I live in a valley with plenty of Elk and Mountains. Hopefully your Motif fabric is Batiks. Batiks are easier to slash.

04/19/2013 Flag