Applique Textile Landscape Mountain Scene

When:
30th September 2017 @ 10:00 am – 1st October 2017 @ 5:00 pm
2017-09-30T10:00:00+01:00
2017-10-01T17:00:00+01:00
Where:
Nature in Art
Contact:
Nature in Art
01452 731422

Art Coursekathleen-mathews-saunders
with Kathleen Matthews 10am – 5pm
Maximum Participants: 12

This course will include tuition on how to create an applique textile landscape, using raw edge and fusible applique. Different fabrics will be used to create texture and shading. The picture will include mountains, trees, tall grasses, rocks and a traditional white Scottish cottage nestled under the mountains.

You will work with my Kathleen’s own hand dyed cottons, viscose and scrim. Bought fabrics organza, viscose wadding and fusible web plus the pattern all supplied in a kit (extra cost of £10-00.)

You will be shown how to machine quilt and machine embroider the picture giving depth, perspective and texture to the finished scene. Hand embroidery can be used to enhance details if you wish.

Course Cost
Members: £84
Non-members: £110
Course Suitability: All Levels
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Materials List                                                                                                                 Participants will to bring their own sewing machine and a variety of materials See overleaf.

You will work with my Kathleen’s own hand dyed cottons, viscose and scrim. Bought fabrics organza, viscose wadding and fusible web plus the pattern all supplied in a kit (extra cost of £10-00.)

Artist’s Profile                                                                                                                Kathleen Matthews is an award winning quilter and textile artist. Author of Stitched Textile Landscapes published by Search Press, she has written many articles and projects for five magazines including Patchwork and Quilting and the embroiderer’s guild Stitch magazine. Kathleen’s quilts and pictures have been exhibited in England, Scotland, Wales and America. The Quilters Guild gave her a huge galley area at the Great British Quilt Festival at the N.E.C. Birmingham to display her work. The Embroiderers Guild asked her to stitch work for the Capability Brown Exhibition as an invited artist which then traveled around the country throughout 2016. Including Alexandra Palace London. Kathleen has also exhibited at Nature in Art on previous occasions.

Kathleen still lives in the Forest of Dean and studied at Lydney School of Art. Cheltenham Art College, Glos.C.A.T. and with the Japanese Embroidery School Kurenai-kai in Birmingham and Atlanta, America.

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