During my last blog post, I shared how to take a piece of fabric and create a some kaleidoscope-like images in the Image worktable. When I originally played with this a number of years ago, I loved my images. But got stuck on figuring out what to do with them.
Watch the first video here to see how to create these works of art.
If you have questions on how your use these images in an actual quilt, then this video tutorial is for you. Let me share with you how I convert the images to fabric and highlight them in a quilt design. I will also share how to print out these images directly on fabric.
Tech Know Quilters Bargello Quilts Spotlight
Coloration of quilts is not my forte. I can spend hours playing with fabrics in Electric Quilt until I get something I like. I will admit that I struggled a bit with this in creating the Bargello class, because good bargello quilts are all about fabric selection and placement.
I am so proud of my Tech Know Quilter membership who are totally stepping up to the coloration challenge. I have been totally blown away with the quilts that are being created. And they are only on Lesson 4. Let me share a few with you.
My apologies. Some of the names are a little hard to see in the caption bar. Thanks to Beth G., Holly W., Jean H., Laura W., Martha W., Pat M., Paula M., Sharon O., and Tiny M for sharing their quilt designs in the Tech Know Quilters private Facebook group.
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