Every time I put the roll of kitchen foil away I think of something else I want to make with it so for now we're doing without a roll of foil in the kitchen. I decided that since it worked so well for books why not try it with my next favorite thing to make…
The other day when I went to the mailbox look what I found inside:
This gorgeous marbled silk scarf made by my good friend Sandy. I absolutely love it!
and more kitchen foil stuff,this time in the form of postcards instead of books:
and lastly I decided it was [...]
Can't seem to stop playing with kitchen foil…
all of these books are 9"x2"x6".
and if you've been wanting to try your hand at gradation dyeing Terri added a new free project to the Two Creative Studios website that you're gonna love!
I finally got these two coptic stitch books finished which took me longer than anticipated because I had to work out the best way to seal these surfaces to keep the ink from being scrubbed off.
These are 8 1/2"x 6"x1"and the one with the circles is in the shop here. [...]
experimental textilesA journey through design,interpretation and inspirationby Kim ThittichaiISBN 978-1906388478
Let me begin this review by telling you what this book isn't:it is not a book of how to techniques. There are no step by step directions on how to create any of the gorgeous pieces in this book. What it is [...]
The Creative Edge
exercises to celebrate your creative self
by Mary Todd Beam
As you all know I am not a painter but I found that all of the exercises and techniques in this book are easily adaptable to working on cloth instead [...]
Yesterday the UPS man carried a big box up the driveway and inside was a birthday present for me from my hubby:
a nice new Kutrimmer 1038 for cutting book board! I spent some time cutting bookboard with it today and it cuts so nice and accurately with very little effort on my part. [...]
I've been experimenting with some new book surface techniques over the last week. This first one is turning out to be my favorite:
This is a very easy technique to do and I learned from an article by Miriam Forder in issue 5 of Fibre&Stitch. All you need for this is some kitchen foil [...]