I’m flying south to meet up with my good friends Leslie Jenison and Jamie Fingal today! Then we’re off to Long Beach for Festival on Wednesday!
Thursday night July 28th, at 7pm, at International Quilt Festival, I am doing a Make it University workshop using DeColourant.
We’ll make freezer paper templates and foam stamps to discharge fabric and add color all in one step without toxic fumes.
This entry was posted on Tuesday, July 26th, 2011 at 12:00 PM. It is filed under Uncategorized and tagged with International Quilt Festival, Make It University.
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Have fun at Festival, Judy. That DeCoulourant is new to me, looks like a really fascinating process. Hope maybe you’ll have time to share more pics from your workshop. Enjoy!
I bought some decoulourant at market and haven’t made the time to play with it yet. These look like a great project!
This sounds so interesting, would love to hear more about decoulourant!
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