Explore easy-to-use techniques to create useful, creative fabric projects inspired by Tangle drawing!
Get the basics of Tangle drawing and learn how this artform can be used to create this popular art on fabric. The basics of tangle drawing are taught step-by-step, followed by several tangle designs. Instructions are given for transferring designs to fabric and stitching them either by machine or by hand. Four small-scale projects, including a uniquely shaped pin cushion, hand-stitched journal cover, and mini quilts, give you an opportunity to try out tangle stitching, making useful items for yourself or to give as gifts.
|Publisher:||Creative Publishing int'l|
|Product dimensions:||8.20(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.30(d)|
About the Author
Jane Monk lives in Tasmania, Australia. She is a self-taught artist who has been drawing since she was a young girl, inspired by the beauty in all things in the natural and man-made worlds. Patterns and repetition, and the sometimes quirky and different, are what inspire her work. An award-winning machine quilter, Jane quilts professionally for others through her business, Jane Monk Studio. In 2010 Jane became a certified Zentangle teacher and combines her love of Zentangle and quilting by bringing these two complementary mediums together. She has designed quilt patterns for publication in quilting magazines and produced a DVD showcasing the basics of Zentangle and quilting. She has taught numerous classes in Zentangle, quilting, free-motion stitching, making journal covers, and doll making.