By Judith Baker Montano
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Judith Baker Montano's vintage advisor deals 12 tasks and up to the moment techniques.
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Judith Baker Montano is a world-renowned writer, clothier, fiber artist, instructor, and lecturer. Judith is living in California and Colorado.
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9. Cut out a 4'' circle of fleece. With the picture lying face down, lay the fleece circle on the back of the picture. 10. Lay a bead of glue around the back of the mat. Press the cardboard square on top, wedging the fleece between the cardboard and the picture. ) Weight down the edges (not the center) of the mat until the glue is completely dry. Then, just pop the picture into a frame for unique fabric art. 50 3 4 5 Chicken Bumble Pin Cushion Photo by Judith Baker Montano A bumble was originally a Victorian toy made for babies.
Repeat this process with the two lining ovals. Lay the velvet ribbon in place. Glue edges to the back. 10. Glue the front finished side to the liner. Insert the 5'' tie ribbon and 2'' hinge ribbon. Ribbon hinge Velvet ribbon Ribbon tie 11. Glue the fabric backing piece and the liner piece together. Insert the 5'' ribbon tie. Now insert the ribbon hinge. (Leave a 1⁄8'' space so it will lie flat when closed. ) 12. Lay a bead of glue along the joined edges and cover with fancy braid. Tuck the raw edges in-between the two halves.
We have come a long way technologically, and I suggest you buy a book on photo-to-fabric transfer instructions. Please be aware of copyright laws when you are working with images other than your family’s photos! Use family pictures or antique photos with good contrast, and the results will be great. Materials • Photocopy or picture (must be a photocopy made with dry toner, not a laser or color copy print) • Pure gum turpentine • Blotting paper • Large metal spoon • Cotton balls • Natural fabric, such as cotton batiste or silk—no polyester Process Place the blotting paper on a table.