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African princess

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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 Ethnic, Art
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What materials did you use? Cotton fabric, ribbon and beads.

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You are on a roll!!! She is most intriguing... I love the mysterious look you have created... the border really adds a lot of pop!

09/11/2014 Flag

Thank you so much for your comment. It means a lot coming from a great teacher like you.

09/12/2014 Flag

She's beautiful

03/12/2015 Flag

I absolutely love your art. Wow! I'm Speechless. Have you been quilting a long time? Did you learn a lot from the pictorial technique class? I was debating about this class but when I saw your art I thought it might be worth taking. Lastly did you study art or are you teacher or professional artist? Have a great day, you are inspiring!

04/04/2015 Flag

Thank you for your wonderful comments. I have been doing art quilts for a year and a half. I joined a quilt guild about two years ago and a lady was saying that she did art quilts. I had never heard of art quilts. Then another lady saw a few of my paintings and encouraged me to turn my painting style into a quilting style. Yes I taught art in public school before retiring and sold art in galleries. "Ruby" was my first art quilt. I have done 4 more since then. The class you mentioned was very good. I however use only fused applique because so many of my pieces are very small. However I have thought about working up a teaching project using Wendy Berns technique as people are always asking me to teach,

04/04/2015 Flag

She's amazing. You didn't use that many fabrics in the face but captures the dimension and shadowing.

08/18/2015 Flag

beautiful work; may I ask how long did this project take? is this from a photograph?

09/14/2015 Flag