FIBER ART GALLERY

 ICKY CHIC 

~From My Hand To Yours~

I have had so many nice people ask me to do a class explaining my art technique. While my busy life style doesn't give me opportunity to teach classes and such, I have decided to start offering tutorials and supplies through my Etsy Shop, Icky Chic Designs. Sad to say I didn't make tutorials for all of my past work, but I've started to create a new series of art pieces and will be adding those tutorials to my shop as they are finished. This is not a speedy process, so check back from time to time to see what's available. I'll list those here for your convenience.

Feburay 2017 - Eden's Promise

(This project is just right for trying this technique. Not to difficult but challenging enough to be fun. Remember, there are no art police, you're allowed to create whatever you can imagine!) The tutorial is a just what it says, a tutor that guides you to create your own path rather than forcing you to walk a path set in stone. You can change, adapt, and embellish to your heart's content. In the end, you'll create an original piece of art that is truly your own.



My husband just shakes his head as I cut perfectly good fabric yardage into itty-bitty pieces
just so that I can put them back together again. But for me, it's a world of discovery, illusion,
and constant amazement. I hope you enjoy viewing some of my work. If you have a question
please just drop that into the comment section below. I'd love to hear from you.


Purple Passion
Jungle Love

Red Door in the Tuscan Sun
Colors of Autumn
For the Love of Hydrangeas
Through The Window

Koi Pond



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14 comments:

  1. Wow! This is something I think I'll try. I love Eden's Promise.

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    1. Please do try this. It really is easy and can give many hours of relaxation, fun, and creativity.

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  2. ciao!
    veramente interessante!!!
    una specie di collage di tessuti.
    ma alla fine vengono trapuntati con i tre strati come un quilt???
    ciao a presto!

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    1. Thank you for visiting and for the lovely comment.

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  3. This looks so cool. I do glass mosaics, making birdfeeders, planters and such, but had never thought of doing mosaics with all my fabric and scraps from when I did sewing. I may have to try this. Thanks for posting.

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    1. I've always been inspired by glass mosaics. I love the way light dances in the glass and gives it so much dimension. That is a little more difficult to reproduce with fabric. Thank you for stopping by.

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  4. Absolutely stunning works of art! Such detail!

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    1. Thank you, Sandy. I'm working at getting more detail into my designs. It's challenging, but lots of fun!

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  5. Wow! Amazing and so very beautiful! You are indeed, multi-talented!

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    1. Thank you, Lilly. I don't know about talent, but I do love working with scraps of fabric.

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  6. Lovely designs. I've been wanting a fabric piece for my bedroom, and now that I know I don't have to sew...

    Thanks for the ideas and tutorials. This may make an interesting change from my beading work!

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  7. Hi Ashantay,
    I hope you will try this. It's really easy and the same principles of art that apply to drawing and painting work well with this as well. But the only rules you have to follow are your own.

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