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Thread: Collage done in Guild class

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    Senior Member petthefabric's Avatar
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    Collage done in Guild class

    Today, the San Joaquin Valley Quilt Guild in Fresno, Ca had Patt Blair as the instructor for Collage. What an encouraging experience. Because we were all familiar with each other, we got right into the project. So much sharing between instructor and amoung students-we got to try all kinds of tools. So here's mine; collage with predyed pfd 200 Thread count cotton fabric, top layer of paper napkins, photo's from the newspaper, prismacolor, sharpie extrafine, and whatever else I can't remember.Name:  Patt Blair's Class_edited-1.jpg
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    Wish I had been there. Sounds like a exciting class and bet you learned a lot!

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    ​Very neat!

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    Oh that looks like fun!!! Can you tell us more about it? Does she have a web site, perhaps with some tutes and more info?

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    Patt's web site: www.pattsart.com.

    For $20 lab fee (I didn't have to buy any other materials), Patt brought LOTS of STUFF to work with. She provided the base fabric, brushes, inks, paints, dyes, medium. She is very knowledgeable. She'd tried most everything (art wise) we asked about. She was very adept at accepting our out-of-the-box thinking.

    The first part of class we chose "stuff" to put onto our base material and moved it around and made a plan. Then adhered it to the fabric. Lunch and let it dry. After lunch we embellished. There was plenty of time to complete the project.

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