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Camera Canon Canon EOS 7D
Exposure Time 1/80
F-Stop 7.1
ISO 250

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Art Quilting: Pictorial Techniques taught by Wendy Butler Berns

Turn your treasured photos into fiber art. Create a pattern, choose a fabric palette and learn Wendy's easy machine appliqué method.

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Category Quilting
Type Wall Hanging
Style Modern
Sandra Mejias on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Cotton fabric, cotton threads, cotton batting

Sandra Mejias on craftsy.com

I was inspired by the Pictorial Quilting Techniques class with Wendy Butler Burns. This time I used Heat Bond Lite to assemble the pieces. Now I am adding different threads. I am very happy with the result at this point.

01/26/2014 Flag

Wonderful rendering from the original photo!.... Fusible web gives a lot of flexibility in design since you do not have to turn under edges... glad to see how things are going... keep us posted!

01/30/2014 Flag

Thank you Wendy, I am glad you like it!! Regards from Chile :o)

01/30/2014 Flag

Very impressive!!! what is size? I really l ike that and it is great to see! Thank you Sandra

01/31/2014 Flag

It is 31" x 32 1/2" and thank you :o)

02/04/2014 Flag

Hi Sandra! Great work!! So with heat & bond lite are you skipping both the freezer paper & the decor bond? What is the advantage of using the heat & bond?

04/27/2014 Flag

Hi Meredith, thanks! I do prefer the Heat & Bond Lite since I do not have to turn edges. It is like a puzzle.. .you cut the pieces, then put in place and iron it. Thats simple!

05/18/2014 Flag