Quilting Arts TV Episode 2003: Celebrating Sheers

The two projects featured in episode 2003 of Quilting Arts TV

Episode 2003 Description and Preview

Sheer fabrics have long been the material of the greater sewing world but their beauty and mystery are perfect for art quilting as well.

Projects Featured in this Episode: 

Textile artist Lisa Walton paints, cuts, and folds organza in a technique she calls sheer origami, creating beauty and texture in an art quilt. This project is available as a free download. Click on the project image above to get your copy.

Printmaker and quilter Martha Wolfe celebrates the time-honored Korean art of pojagi with printed and painted organza she sews with flat-felled seams, creating a two-sided work of fiber art. This project is available as a free download. Click on the project image above to get your copy.

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Comment (1)

  • Stef G

    Thanks so much for making Lisa Walton’s organza folding instruction a free download. So many techniques I’d like to try, and having some fun ideas in my “look book” is always nice to have. Been enjoying the show for years.

    February 4, 2019 at 2:12 pm

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