Scrappy Garden Fabric Journal Cover

Scrappy Garden Fabric Journal Cover

This week I’m sharing a quick and easy fabric journal cover project. I was inspired to print one of the pages from the Scrappy Garden Printable Journal Kit onto fabric, to make a journal cover for a new journal that I’m...
DIY Tutorial: PhotoArt Zipper Pouch

DIY Tutorial: PhotoArt Zipper Pouch

I just love zippered pouches for so many reasons. They’re quick and easy to make and can be made in any size and used for storing and organizing things large and small. Because they’re so versatile and useful, zipper pouches...
PhotoArt Pincushion Tutorial

PhotoArt Pincushion Tutorial

With gift giving season just around the corner, these pincushions are a perfect handmade gift for your sewing friends … or even for yourself. And they are so quick and easy to make you won’t be able to stop at just one. You...
Free Sewing Tutorial: How to make a PhotoArt Fabric Tray

Free Sewing Tutorial: How to make a PhotoArt Fabric Tray

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. I like to be creative in my design, so my favorite method of making these fabric trays is to print my...
Creative Cloth Workshops for 2018 – Live and In Person

Creative Cloth Workshops for 2018 – Live and In Person

If your fiber art or textile art group is looking for some fresh and creative techniques to learn and explore, I’m now taking limited workshop bookings for 2018. You can find details here. I don’t do a lot of live teaching any...
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...
Work in Progress: Watercolor Print on Fabric

Work in Progress: Watercolor Print on Fabric

I decided to print one of my watercolor sketch PhotoArt images onto fabric to see how it would turn out. Well watercolor on fabric never looked so good and all without the mess! It’s a beautiful result and the image printed out...
A Page from my Art Journal: Making Moments Count

A Page from my Art Journal: Making Moments Count

Making moments count. That’s what life’s all about really, isn’t it? Days, months, years go by so quickly, and although it’s easy to remember the big special moments, the little ones get lost in the passing of...
A Page from my Art Journal: Silent Meditation

A Page from my Art Journal: Silent Meditation

Keeping an art journal has many advantages. It’s a great way to express your thoughts and feelings using words and images, and also a great way to practice new art and mixed media techniques. Because the pages are small, you can...
Printing on Fabric for Textile and Quilt Artists

Printing on Fabric for Textile and Quilt Artists

Printing on fabric using an inkjet printer is one of my favorite ways to transfer images to fabric. It’s easy, fun and best of all, you can print your own artwork onto fabric and then use in your sewing projects and textile art!...
Adding Stitch and Dimensional Texture to Digital Art Cloth

Adding Stitch and Dimensional Texture to Digital Art Cloth

I’ve been working on a new piece of digital art cloth this week. I designed this PhotoArt image in Photoshop and then printed it onto fabric. I originally had planned to use the printed image in a fabric collage, but then decided to...
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