Easy techniques and beautiful colors lead to this cute little sprout project.
- We’ll go with the flow and do some free rotary cutting for the background. SO easy and fast!
- Next, we’ll do some “Fussy Fusing” for the plant. It’s a technique for fusing lots of small pieces of fabric into one larger shape. Also easy and fast.
- Finally, you’ll learn how to finish your quilt with a facing.
A one day class with lots of “growth!” (Yes, pun intended.)
A former flight instructor, Ellen Lindner didn’t try her hand at art until her forties. As she began to explore this new interest, reading, observing, and experimenting became her teachers. Her work is often inspired by the tropical plants in her Florida neighborhood. She enjoys portraying their vibrant colors and dramatic shapes with her own fabric collage technique. Now using her teaching skills at a lower altitude, she teaches online and in person, as well as via her episodes on Quilting Arts (PBS) and The Quilt Show (online.) Ellen has also written two eBooks and several articles.
Ellen says, “I consider making art to be an adventure: one filled with challenges, joys, frustrations, and surges of adrenalin.”