QU 2019 – Saturday and Sunday July 27 & 28 – Stitched Photo Landscapes – Michelle Dobrin

 

Class description:

Transform landscape photos into beautiful and textured quilted fiber art. Attendees submit their own photo (digitally, over email) and Michelle will enhance and print it onto fabric. Three additional printed photos will be provided, to practice on day 1.  On day 2, attendees will free-motion quilt and sew their own photo into a small (8″x10″) quilt, and finish it by wrapping around canvas stretcher bars so that it is ready to hang on the wall. Note: if there is enough interest, an extra half-hour can be added to the end of this class with a demonstration on how to digitally enhance photo.

Link to blog post, showing photos of stitched photo landscapes made by NTGM in May 2018: http://michelledobrin.blogspot.com/2018/06/stitched-photoscapes-workshop-with-ntgm.html

Kit Fee: $20 includes the following materials: 6 inkjet-printed photos roughly 3”x4” in size (3 photos from the public domain, and 3 copies of one photo provided by attendee), hand-dyed fibers (cheesecloth, paper-wipe, dryer sheets, yarn), black yarn for couching photo and foam board stick for gluing.

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Registration

Workshops are open to both guild members and non-guild members. Because the cost of the workshops is subsidized by members’ dues, non-members are asked to pay an additional $15 per workshop day. Member registration opens Monday, March 18, 2019. Non-members will be able to register for all 2019 workshops after May 1, 2019. Workshop registration policy.

Members: $150 + $4.65 credit card processing fee

Non-Members: $180 + $5.55 credit card processing fee

Online registration is available for both members and non-members. Mail registration instruction will be on the registration page.

See the complete GAAQG Workshop Registration/Refund Policy for more information.

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Questions?

Contact our QU Registrar at quregistrar@gaaqg.com

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This post was written by Kathy Johnson