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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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Category Quilting
Type Clothing
Style Whimsical
sewingbiker on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? So far - Orange/yellow Batik and 3 Christmas fabrics although I did not want a Christmas theme. Crazy Huh but, boy have I had some fun. Ok, I made bias tape from home hand dyed varigated fabric (not by me). Cut out & added Aboriginal fabric. In fact I have very little left of the 3 initial fabrics. left. No rules Right! Metallic thread, decorative stitching and free motion quilting.

sewingbiker on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? making something creative.

sewingbiker on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? Relax, enjoy the ride.

sewingbiker on craftsy.com

The focus photo has had many embellishments. I love colour and this looked anaemic so I gave it a transfusion .

12/18/2013 Flag

This piece just got more interesting as you photographed it! Can't wait to see that apron!

12/18/2013 Flag

I am not sure, exactly, what I am looking at here. I LOVE the flower and the leaves and the stained glass look. Sorry, but I don't like that blue gash in the center of the flower it draw your eye straight to it, and the rest is so pretty it's a shame. Love the colors. What are the white circles that look like tile? Lots of neat stuff going on here, I think your a Stitch and Slash addict and maybe a good 12 step is needed?

12/28/2013 Flag

Oh, I see now the progression, sorry. I thought it was a triptych or? We have some Alien landing zones and targeting sites? Never mind me, I like it.

12/28/2013 Flag

I like what you did. I see a wonderful playful figure. This would look wonderful in shadow box or a frame. It Tells a story. You have some creative designs in this piece. Very unique.

01/04/2014 Flag