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Snazzy Stitched Portraits taught by Carol Ann Waugh

Express your creativity and personality as you make captivating, customized fabric portraits.

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Quilting
Type Wall Hanging
Style Whimsical, Art
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What materials did you use? Cotton fabric. I used Heat and Bond fusible web because it was what I had on hand.

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What are you most proud of? I'm proud of the fact that I actually got this far.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? I was a little unsure at first that I could actually do this, but after getting this far, I know that I can. My advice for someone starting this project is just relax and have fun.

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This is how far I got just this afternoon. Putting this part together was much easier than I thought and went much quicker than I thought it would. I still have to stitch eyebrows, eyes, nose, mouth, etc. I'm a little nervous about some of it because I do not like free motion stitching. I would love to try the eyelashes, but I may go with the fake ones.

11/14/2013 Flag

Great start. How have you finished?

11/28/2013 Flag

I decided to change the eyebrows to be more arched after I looked at myself in the mirror more closely. I've cut out fabric for the clothing, but with the holiday and making Christmas gifts, I have not done anymore on it. I hope to work on it more this weekend.

11/29/2013 Flag

another scary

06/10/2014 Flag