TAKING PLACE DURING THE HI-FIBER QUILT SHOW
NOVEMBER 18,2015 12-3pm
LUNCHEON AND DEMO:
TURKEY AND HAM WRAPS;
PASTA SALAD; CHOCOLATE CAKE
$25.00 PER PERSON
CONTACT SUZETTE CROSS – CROSSSUZETTE@YAHOO.COM
the FABULOUS FIBER TRIO
Fiber Artists: Penny Little, Laurie Crino
and Bonnie Ouellette
will open our eyes to a whole new world of art that many of us have not seen- let alone tried.
Laurie Crino- Fabric PaperWhat is fabric paper? Fabric paper is a versatile, durable material resulting from the fusion of papers and muslin or other base fabric. Fabric paper is created by layering fabric, PVA, art tissue and found, vintage or purchased papers along with fluid acrylic paints. The resulting unusual, one-of-a-kind end product can be used in art quilts, bookbinding, jewelry making, collage and other applications. Inspired by Beryl Taylor.
Penny Little -Gelli Plate PrintingA Gelli Plate Is What? A gelli plate is used for mono printing on fabric or paper. The plate may be purchased or made at home using Knox gelatin and glycerin in various sizes. It’s durable, long-lasting, and easy to store. The plate is is always ready for printing. Simply use acrylic paint, a brayer, stencils, stamps, and found objects to create immediate and fun paper or fabric mono prints. The prints maybe used to make purses, bags or journal covers. The pieces may also embellish quilts or artwork. Penny Little October 2015
Bonnie Ouellette- Deconstructed Screen PrintingDeconstructed silk screening is a process that is derived from original silk screening. The beauty of this process is that you can get as many as three prints while regular silk screening provides only one. The difference in the process is that dye is thickened, applied to the screen and allowed to dry. Once dry, the dye thickener is used to spread the dye on textile, paper or canvas. After the printing is complete, the individual pieces must be rolled and steamed to set the dye. Bonnie Ouellette October 2015
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