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Stupendous Stitching Pillow #1

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Final finished pillow

Created in this Craftsy class

Stupendous Stitching: Adventures in Surface Design taught by Carol Ann Waugh

Set your sewing machine and imagination free in this fun exploration of embroidery designs, decorative sewing machine stitches, couching and binding.

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Art
Liz J Fox on

What materials did you use? Fabric - Hand Dyed Gradient Fabric - Appalachian Sunset from Etsy vickiwelsh (used only half of the fabric) (www.sewbatik.has great ones too) Many different threads, fibers, Indian Sari ribbon Variegated thread from Superior Threads (King Tut) Variegated thread from Connecting Threads (see border... used serging from Amy Adams Beginning Serging Craftsy class.

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Love, Love, Love this pillow! Your couching and stitching is soooo interesting. GREAT job!

06/16/2014 Flag

Thank you! Next project I am going to concentrate on doing parallel stitching. I see from others' projects that this is important. I've always been more free form.

06/17/2014 Flag

There are no rules about this process. No idea is more important than another. Just follow your creative muse.

06/17/2014 Flag

Stick with the free form. This is awesome.

06/27/2014 Flag

Beautiful work!

07/16/2014 Flag

Oh no, your free form is great! I like the way you break up the horizontal lines -- not all the energy goes in one direction, but it's not *too* broken that it loses all of its energy. It's very well balanced and interesting!

08/30/2014 Flag

Thanks, Steph. I cut up my large piece (see second piece) and am using the smaller pieces in a variety of projects, including a case for my new iPad mini and in a new purse I designed to have a window so I can change the insert. See Projects for both. Next one will be free-form.

09/05/2014 Flag