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PhotoArt Pincushion Tutorial

PhotoArt Pincushion Tutorial

Whenever I run a new session of one of my online classes I always like to include a fresh project and tutorial. So for the next session of the Inked Cloth Unleashed class which begins next Monday 16th January, I thought I'd make something simple and these pincushions...

Injured prints – what they are and what you can do with them

Injured prints – what they are and what you can do with them

Have you ever printed an image onto fabric and have it turn out a little less than perfect? Don't feel too bad; it happens to me more often than you'd think. Sometimes it's my own fault. Like when I'm not paying attention and press the print button on my printer...

Fragments – stitching together the story of our lives

Fragments – stitching together the story of our lives

It's been quite a busy month or two getting everything prepared for next year's online classes beginning in January 2017, which includes Inked Cloth Unleashed, and something new - Fragments which is a full year of stitching together the story of our lives. This year...

Inked Cloth Unleashed Workshop Registration now open for 2017

Inked Cloth Unleashed Workshop Registration now open for 2017

Are you ready to learn how to print beautiful photos and images onto fabric? Join me in this comprehensive workshop and learn how to print artist-quality images onto fabric using Digital Grounds or Inkaid and a home inkjet printer. Registration is now open Class...

Fabric Tray Tutorial + Free “Gratitude” PhotoArt Printable

Fabric Tray Tutorial + Free “Gratitude” PhotoArt Printable

Fabric trays are quick and easy to make and are so useful in the sewing room for holding needles and threads and other small items. You can use any type of fabric to make them of course, but I like to be a little more creative in my design, so my favorite method is to...

My Summer journal + a quick Photoshop texture tutorial

My Summer journal + a quick Photoshop texture tutorial

I'm still working on my stitched summer journal. This week was particularly busy so I've only managed a few stitches here and there, but I did get the PhotoArt image for the cover designed and printed onto fabric ready for stitching. I really love the way this...

Stitched textiles with a little wabi sabi on the side

Stitched textiles with a little wabi sabi on the side

Here in Central Florida Hurricane Matthew is now a thing of the past and life is getting back to normal. Although we were fortunate to suffer only minimal damage, it does take a few days to destress from a force of nature such as a hurricane, so I have to admit I'm...

Work in Progress: Watercolor Print on Fabric

Work in Progress: Watercolor Print on Fabric

Now that my PhotoArt & Texture Club is up and running and I have a little more time on my hands, I can finally get back to creating some art. I'm a little excited about this first technique that I'm teaching in the club which is a watercolor sketch technique, so I...

Designing with Photoshop: PhotoArt Quilt

Designing with Photoshop: PhotoArt Quilt

Photoshop is not only a great program for processing photos and creating PhotoArt, it's also quite useful as a design program. My design needs are fairly simple but I use Photoshop to easily create repeat patterns, to create templates for print'n'sew projects, and I...

Printing on Cheesecloth and Lace using an Inkjet Printer

Printing on Cheesecloth and Lace using an Inkjet Printer

Printing images onto cheesecloth, lace, and other open-weave fabrics using an inkjet printer, might sound quite impractical but these types of fabrics have a wonderful texture that can add visual interest to printed images. Although you might think it impossible to...

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