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Layered, tattered, & stitched : a fabric art workshop / Ruth Rae.

By: Rae, Ruth, 1966- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Cincinnati, Ohio : North Light Books, c2009Description: 127p. : col. ill. 28cm.ISBN: 9781600611889.Subject(s): Handicraft | Textile craftsDDC classification: 746 Summary: Mixed-media artist, Ruth Rae, explains how to tear, stain, layer and stitch fabric and paper using a variety of sewing techniques. She provides over eighteen projects including aprons, bracelets, banners and wall hangings.
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<p> Tear, Burn & Stitch Your Way to Beautiful Fabric Art </p> <p>Learn how to create fabric art with incredible depth and meaning in Layered, Tattered & Stitched . Mixed-media artist Ruth Rae expands your creativity as she shows you how to singe, tear, stain, later and stitch fabric and paper for amazing texture and visual interest. Explore both traditional and atypical sewing techniques combined with collage, beading and photo transfers to make gifts, wall hangings, accessories and more.</p> <p> Layered, Tattered & Stitched will inspire you with:</p> 18+ artistic projects ranging from unusual greeting cards and gift wrap to art dolls, banners and apparel Clearly explained steps with photos for all projects Thorough instructions for a wide range of techniques Suggestions for expanding your creative process by working with poetry and symbolic objects <p>Treat yourself to an amazing fabric art workshop with Layered, Tattered & Stitched .</p>

Includes index.

Mixed-media artist, Ruth Rae, explains how to tear, stain, layer and stitch fabric and paper using a variety of sewing techniques. She provides over eighteen projects including aprons, bracelets, banners and wall hangings.

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