Fabric Collage Gallery without jquerry Merle Axelrad Artist working in facric and textiles
"Birches" - sewn fabric collage by Merle Axelerad; "Each of these textile art pieces are created by sewing thousands of fabric pieces together collage style to create the final fabric collage. Unlike traditional collage, Merle Axelrad uses no adhesives in creating her landscapes."
Learn to Make a Landscape Quilt
Award-winning quilter and fabric artist Lenore Crawford has created a simply amazing technique to create realistic-looking quilts from photographs. Her easy-to-learn technique includes creating a pattern from a photograph, building a palette of fabrics that match the photo, cutting and fusing the pieces together, and then adding small painted details to add depth and dimension before quilting.
Craftsy.com | Express Your Creativity!
Have you ever taken a photograph and thought that it would look great as a quilt? Picture quilts are rising in popularity among quilters wanting to re-create a nature scene, a stitched portrait or a still life. But how do you start with just a photograph and turn it into a quilt? Is there any use in drafting a pattern, or should you turn to free-form techniques? To answer this question, we've searched for picture quilt patterns and projects from the Craftsy community to help you plan your .....