Fibre Arts Series
Inktense Pencils on Fabric
CCOM 1323 FRE04
Put your adult colouring skills to work, and play with Inktense pencils on white cotton fabric to create beautiful fall leaves. Learn some of the tricks for colouring realistic images and then adding water to turn them into beautifully shaded fabrics. After you create your appliqués, you’ll cut them out and fuse them to a background. Use your unique artwork as a wall hanging, as a block in a bed quilt, to create a bag etc. Learning this technique opens many options for creating flowers and shaded fabrics. No stitching required for this class.
Materials: Please Bring the following materials to class:
- Derwent Inktense pencils in the following colours: ink black, red, yellow, orange, baked earth, leaf green, and fuchsia (optional).
- Pencil sharpener
- 2 small paintbrushes, 1/4 inch flat and 1/2inch flat
- 2 small containers for water such as small yogurt containers
- Plastic surface such as heavy page protector or plastic report cover (this will be the surface that holds your appliqué while you add the water.)
- Piece of background “sky” fabric 12 1/2 inch square or desired size
- Piece of white pre-washed 100% cotton fabric approx. 9 inches by 12 inches
- 1 sheet or 1/4 m of steam-a-seam-2-lite fusible web
Instructor: Kathy Tidswell
Times: 1:00 - 5:00 pm
Dates: (FALL) Saturday, November 25, 2017 (1 class)
Location: Room 26, Memorial Hall, 9 Bailey Drive, UNB Fredericton Campus (click here for campus map)
Course Fee: $55 (+HST)
About the Instructor
Kathy Tidswell is an artist and a teacher of fibre arts. She has taught extensively throughout Canada and in Luxembourg, as well as at five Quilt Canada conferences. In 2005, she received the Canadian Quilters’ Association Teacher of the Year Award.
She developed her own methods of painting on fabric and using free motion machine embroidery to produce thread painted works of art, as well as quilted wall hangings and wearable art.
Her wearable art has received the Award of Excellence and Honourable Mention at the Canadian Quilters’ Association National Juried Shows. Kathy’s wall quilts have been accepted into Grand National Juried Quilt Exhibitions and Canadian Quilters’ Association National Juried Shows. Her thread paintings have been shown in solo and group exhibitions. Her work has also been published both nationally and internationally.
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