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Fabric Art Workshop is your complete craft room companion as you explore the exciting world of fiber artistry.
Fabric Art Workshop

Susan Stein, noted quilt designer, teacher and entrepreneur, leads you through more than 27 popular and newly discovered techniques. Each is presented in full detail and brilliant photography and step-by-step instructions.

Experiments lead to discoveries.  Amaze yourself with the exciting fabrics you can fashion, using everyday products and the newest materials on the market.  Then turn your works of art into a journal, a quilt, a wall hanging, a garment, whatever you desire.

Whether you are an accomplished fabric artist or a novice who's eager to learn, you'll find Fabric Art Workshop extremely helpful and inspiring.  Visit the Artists' Gallery inside to see what other fabric artists have done.  Then gather your fabric and a few tools, and begin!

Exploring Textile Arts

Whether you're an ardent quilter, a seasoned sewer, or a novice, let Exploring Textile Arts lift your talents and dreams to a higher level.

Discover in step-by-step detail how to transform ordinary fabrics from no hum to WOW! using cutting-edge techniques and products.  These are the same techniques used by nationally known fabric artists, many of their creations are showcased inside.  Unlock their secrets as you enjoy your own journey of creative explorations!

Become a skilled fabric artist with this comprehensive guidebook as your personal trainer.

Altered Paper Jewelry

By mixing basic jewelry-making methods with simple paper art techniques, Altered Paper Jewelry offers paper crafters, altered art aficionados, and jewelry maker creative new ideas for creating stylish and contemporary jewelry from beautiful paper.

In this book, bracelets, necklaces, earrings and other accessories are decorated and constructed from collage papers, photographs and colorful printed papers.  Beads are fashioned from rolled paper, decoupaged and molded with paper craft accessories.  Paper like materials such as shrink plastic and printable fabric paper are punched, cut, shrunk and rolled into wearable masterpieces.  Paper is folded into lockets, embedded into belt buckles and glued into unique shapes, all resulting in spectacular personal adornment.

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