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Altered Books – A Secret Door

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Soy Wax Screenprints

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Painterly Leaves and Texture

Inspired by collected leaves, Linda’s working in her sketchbook with easy to achieve painterly effects with watercolour and acrylic inks.

Sketchbook Samples

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Texture Transfer Leaves

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Books, Bleach, Print

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Screenprinted Drawings on Paper

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Print Rescue

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Mixed Media: Art Journal Pages

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Embroidered Crazy Bookwrap

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Lilac Applique Panel

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Sketchbook to Fabric

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Flower Painting: Lilac

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Folded Inserts

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Line/Shape/Stitch

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Adding White

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Line/Shape

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Rubbings: Frames and Windows

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Stamp and Draw on Paper and Fabric

Some detailed subject matter can be daunting to draw from scratch. In this workshop Linda will show you how it’s possible to use a subtle stamped shape as the base for your drawing. Take all the guesswork out of getting the shapes right and instead enjoy creating a design and drawing the details. Then building on the sketchbook work that Linda did using stamps and drawing, she demonstrates how it’s easily possible to translate those ideas to fabric to make a stitched piece.

Accidental Frames

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Using Molding Paste

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Inspired by Boro

Inspired by the stitch and repair notion of Boro and other textile traditions from around the world, Linda is constructing a textile using scraps and lots of hand stitching. To make the process her own, she’s chosen to needle-felt the fabrics making a strong fabric that’s a pleasure to stitch. In the second video see how she turns that fabric into a stylish and practical tote bag.

Shadow Crazy

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Inspired by…Samplers

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Quick Felted Vessels

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Architecture as Inspiration

There’s much inspiration to be found in architectural sources. In this three part workshop join Linda to see how she worked from windows, grilles and other architectural features from a nearby church to create pages in her sketchbook filled with pattern and design information before interpreting the ideas into a stencilled and printed design on fabric.