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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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What materials did you use? Light-weight upholstery fabric for the base, quilting cottons for the top-three layers.

Karin S on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? This is my first stitch and slash project.

Karin S on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? Go for it! You may not like everything about your first finished project, but it's all a learning experience. "Trial and error" is the only way to learn this technique to your satisfaction. There is always a next project.

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Wow! Your design is fabulous. I like the way you added the upholstery fabric as the bottom layer. I bet it gave your piece a lot of stability. Thanks for sharing!

10/13/2013 Flag

Thank-you, Carol. This was so much fun to do, and I can't wait to do my next project. I really love your courses.

10/18/2013 Flag

Go Saints! Great idea and just love it!

10/16/2013 Flag

Thanks! So glad you liked it.

12/20/2013 Flag

It looks like it's floating on a piece of frosted mirror to me

10/20/2013 Flag

Thanks, Michael. I like your perspective. It's very different.

12/20/2013 Flag


12/17/2013 Flag

Thanks, Lisa. I really love your "Still Life" project. It's very ingenious how you used the printed fabric to provide the background. Great idea. It will definitely go into my "tips for the future". Thanks for sharing.

12/20/2013 Flag