|Above is one of many teacher “samples” I have created to instruct students in the textile arts.|
|Textile pieces don’t need to be assembled like traditional quilts.
Students can add|
pockets, pleats, layers, beads and blanket stitching wherever they prefer
in order to create unusual designs.
|Some of my fabrics are purchased from a store and others are hand-dyed
during my classes. I teach students a wide variety of methods so that they may
choose those techniques that appeal to their own creative interests.
|I chose to back my textile piece with this lavender leaf patterned
fabric. Finishing artworks|
on both sides is professional. Art teachers instruct students to be professional in order
for them to achieve excellent results.
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