The Photo Transfer Handbook: Snap It! Print It! Stitch It! (PagePerfect NOOK Book)

The Photo Transfer Handbook: Snap It! Print It! Stitch It! (PagePerfect NOOK Book)

by Jean Ray Laury
     
 

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Anything that can be photocopied or printed on a computer printer can be transferred to fabric. So get out your favorite photograph, letter, child’s drawing, flowers from your garden, the final payment on your house, or a favorite piece of needlework — and learn the techniques for stitching a beautiful keepsake! The process is fun and EASY. Learn…  See more details below

Overview

Anything that can be photocopied or printed on a computer printer can be transferred to fabric. So get out your favorite photograph, letter, child’s drawing, flowers from your garden, the final payment on your house, or a favorite piece of needlework — and learn the techniques for stitching a beautiful keepsake! The process is fun and EASY. Learn techniques that use a color laser photocopier or a computer printer. Step-by-step instructions for 4 projects, including a pillow, a wallhanging, and 2 quilts. Exciting color photos of quilts, clothing, and other fabric projects provide additional creative inspiration. Information on products and sources.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781607053705
Publisher:
C & T Publishing
Publication date:
06/15/1999
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
80
File size:
20 MB
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Meet the Author

As a skilled, insightful, and humorous lecturer and workshop teacher, Jean finds the demands for her time are great. Jean's being awarded the Silver Star Award at Quilt Festival in Houston attests to her popularity and to the attention she devotes to each class and to each student. As an exhibiting artist, always short of studio time, Jean insists that soon she will quit running around to stay home and concentrate on her own work. In the meantime she'll teach all over, including New York, Florida, and Hawaii, as well as in her hometown. Jean lives with her husband Frank, a retired professor of art, in the Sierra foothills where they are visited by foxes, wild turkeys, grandchildren, quilters, family, and friends. She continues to write, do commission work, garden a little, read a lot, and keep the silk screen (and bridge cards) moving.

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