Innovative Fabric Imagery For Quilts: Must-Have Guide to Transforming & Printing Your Favorite Images on Fabric

Innovative Fabric Imagery For Quilts: Must-Have Guide to Transforming & Printing Your Favorite Images on Fabric

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Overview

Innovative Fabric Imagery For Quilts: Must-Have Guide to Transforming & Printing Your Favorite Images on Fabric by Cyndy Lyle Rymer, Lynn Koolish

Warning! Creating Images on Fabric Can Be Addictive. Includes 13 Quilt Projects&Exhibition Gallery. 13 innovative projects with step-by-step instructions and inspiring digital techniques. Getting-started chapter on equipment, supplies, printing on fabric, and image-editing software. Gallery of more than 40 entries selected for the Innovative Fabric Imagery special exhibit in Houston. This book is filled with inspiration for fabric artists, from projects that show step by step how to make art quilts using your own photos and images, to galleries of stunning art made by some of today's most innovative quilters. Have fun creating artistic effects with image-editing software such as Photoshop® Elements and Kaleidoscope Kreator 2, then printing your images on fabric and turning them into fabulous quilts.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781607053224
Publisher: C & T Publishing
Publication date: 11/05/2010
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 96
Sales rank: 1,154,983
File size: 17 MB
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About the Author

An amateur photographer before she was a quilter, Cyndy Rymer now spends as much time getting lost in Photoshop Elements as she does quilting. Cyndy was an editor at C&T Publishing, but jumped the fence to write a novel (in progress) and work at a local quilt store. She loves teaching all the magical things that can be done with an inkjet printer, with or without a computer.

Sewing has been a constant in Lynn's life ever since her mother taught her to sew when she was old enough to sit at a sewing machine. Lynn has worked in a number of careers, but was thrilled to finally settle down with quilting in the 1990s. Lynn works in a variety of styles and loves experimenting with new ideas, materials, and techniques. She works full-time editing quilting books and teaches a variety of surface design and quilting classes. Her quilts have appeared in books, magazines, and local and national quilt shows.

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