Lyric Kinard Class Dec. 9, 2020 – Apli-Punto to Go – Fusible Reverse Applique with Trapunto Online Workshop

Painlessly create beautiful designs with intricate detail, perfect for quilts, wearables,  borders or accents. Long flowing, curly borders or pictures with the sharpest points and thinnest lines imaginable are possible with this easy method using fusible web. Combine fabrics such as silk and wool for wearables or stick to quilting cottons tried and true. Give your design that extra punch with the added dimension of trapunto…. without all the slitting and stuffing! As an added bonus, it’s super easy to create two images at the same time, one positive and one negative.

You will learn:
What kind of patterns will work for this technique
How to do reverse fusible appliqué
Different ways for transferring your pattern to cloth
How to use fusible web
How to create a faux-trapunto effect
Hints for quilting your finished top
How this technique can be used for up cycling clothing and wearable art

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Fee:  $35 payable directly to Lyric Kinard – click here to register

About Lyric
Lyric Montgomery Kinard is an award winning artist with a passion for sparking the creativity that she knows each of her students posses. With playful support and gentle encouragement she will take you through your first steps on a new path, seeing the world through the eyes of an artist. As an artist, author, and educator she transforms cloth into art in her studio and timid spirits into confident creatives in the classroom.Lyric was recognized for her talents as the 2011 International Association of Professional Quilters Teacher of the Year and is the author of the book Art + Quilt: design principles and creativity exercises. She has written extensively for Quilting Arts Magazine, appeared on Quilting Arts TV, and The Quilt Show. In her past life she was a musician, earned a BA in English Literature from the University of Utah and has also formally studied architecture. She currently lives in Cary, North Carolina with her husband and some of their five children.
You can read about Lyric and see her artwork at lyrickinard.com

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