Kathleen shows us how to make great covers for our books from those lucious scraps of organza and threads.
Kathleen Laurel Sage
Kathleen loves to use organza and in this delightful workshop we get to use up lots of small scraps that might overwise get overlooked.
Kathleen shows us how to set up the machine; which foot is best; things to think about such as using up threads to add additional colour and how to use a textile soldering iron safely and to good effect.
PLUS there are suggestions for even the offcuts from making your book – suggestions are card embellishments; bookmarks; hinges for your book – so nothing is wasted!
She also add some no-sew floral decorations.
To learn more about this textile Artist you can click here
and to enjoy her workshop on Floral Cutwork, click here
Stop Press:We are thrilled to tell you that Kathleen will be joining us at a quilt retreat for a weekend of layering, soldering and stitching in May 2018 at the majestic Beaumont Estate in Windsor and if you would like to learn more about this – just click here.
Kathleen is a freelance designer and embroiderer producing a wide range of innovative textile works. She enjoys blending traditional techniques with contemporary designs and unusual mediums to construct beautiful textiles — from floral patterns in organza to goldwork.
There are no reviews yet.
Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.
Where will your creativity lead you?