Sunday, May 16, 2010

Shaving Cream Printing Class...

Adventures in Art Quilting
Shaving Cream Class

Here is a peek at all the fun we had on Saturday...

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Lizzie & Jackie

The Table is Set.....Let's have Fun!

Shaving Cream........Ready to Print

Debbie adding paint to shaving cream tray

Students spent the morning creating prints...
They were having so much fun....I could barely get them to stop for lunch!

Flag design in shaving cream

Print created with Metallic Paints

The Quilt Shop was covered in shaving cream prints

Students chose one of their prints and added borders and quilting during the afternoon session.

Barb is using a decorative stitch around her print.


Peggy is adding couched fibers to her journal quilt

Debbie.....Free Motion Quilting

This is Lizzie's first attempt at Free Motion Quilting and creating a journal quilt.
She plans to use her new skills this summer to teach children.

Shaving Cream Quilting Class

Special Thank You to JanniLou Creations Quilt Shop in Philomath, Oregon for offering this Adventures in Art Quilting Series.
This quilt shop is located in an old movie theater...tall ceilings allow lots of room for displaying gorgeous quilts and class sample quilts.

JanniLou Creations now carries the Dye Na Flow paints needed for this shaving cream printing technique.

The next Adventures in Art Quilting Class:

Jello Printing
June 19, 2010

JanniLou Creations Quilt Shop
1243 Main Street
Philomath Oregon

Call to Register for Class

CLICK HERE:  to see My Quilts

CLICK HERE to find out more about the Jello Printing Class

CLICK HERE to find out about the Textile Painting Class

May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,


Anonymous said...

Wow, this looks like an incredibly fun place to be! What great results you achieved in this class-I wish I was there! I cannot beleive how beautifully these projects turned out. Congratulations to everyone!

JanniLou Creations IS a very great place to inspire & nurture your creative soul!

Nettie Berkeley, Cape Cod

solomi558 said...

I live in England , The nearest I have seen to this method is using wallpaper paste , What great ideas you have planted, I,ll be backto study more---cottonreel

Anonymous said...

that looks so much fun to do... I wish I were there, errrrrr next year I wont miss this fun...