Faces & Places: Images In Applique
Have you ever wanted to create a quilt from a favorite photograph but didn't know how to begin? Capturing realistic details in fabric seems an elusive art, but Charlotte shows how to portray images in quilts using a layering technique that is easy to understand and easy to use. Now you can create images in fabric through the appliqué techniques and exercises discussed in this exciting new book. A photo sequence for each project guides the quilter through the process. The projects include landscapes and portraits, with step-by-step techniques to capture realistic detail.
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American Quilt artist back side background fabric baste blind stitch blouse building BUILDINGS/LIGHTHOUSE Charlotte Warr Andersen clip color create dark don‘t drawing embroidery enlarge excess fabric excess Number fabric Number face figure fold Fraycheck green lines head illustration and stitch inside curves landscape light box look marked markers matching missing lines NAIAD needle Norman Rockwell Number 1 shape Number 3 fabric opaque projector paint photograph pictorial quilts picture piece Number piece of fabric pieces in place Pin a piece polyester portray projector quilters quiltmaking red lines redraw any missing reverse applique right side rocks roof Samantha seam allowance seam line shadows shared lines side and trim silk Statue of Liberty stitch in place texture Thomas Anastasion Studio thread tracing paper Trim away excess wall hanging wrong side you‘ll