Monday, April 1, 2013

Tea Bag Stamping Class....P2P

Permission 2 Play

March 2013

Tea Bag Stamping Class:

Tea Bag Quilt........Class Sample

Tea Bag Quilt.....Class Sample

Instructor:  Kathi Borrego

Kathi demonstrates stamping on tea bags...

The tea bags are ironed to set the ink


Tea Bags.....opened and pressed....ready for stamping

Instructor, Nancy Bryant, helps a new student

Pigment based inks are used for stamping

Nancy cleaning stamps

Soft Gel Medium is used to fasten the tea bags to fabric

After the tea bags dry, they can be sandwiched

with batting and backing fabric

then stitched into a quilted piece.

Thanks Kathi for a FUN class!

Please Join Us:

Thursday, April 25, 2013 @ 1:00

Technique:  3D Fabric Folding

Instructor:  Virginia Gregory

JanniLou Creations Quilt Shop
1243 Main Street
Philomath, Oregon 97370

CLICK HERE to view:  P2P Classes

Permission 2 Play is a FREE class offering for cancer 

diagnosed patients.

No Experience is necessary to participate.

All supplies are provided for the students.

Classes are held at JanniLou Creations Quilt Shop in 

Philomath, Oregon

If you are interested in joining this class contact:

LuAnn Kessi

Many Thanks to JanniLou Creations Quilt Shop in 

Philomath, Oregon for your support. This class
would not be possible without you!

A BIG Thank You to OSU Folk Thrift Store, Mary's 

River Quilt Guild and those who provide funding to 

purchase the needed supplies for these FREE classes 

offered to cancer diagnosed patients.

Our Best To You,

Nancy Bryant
Virginia Gregory
Kathi Borrego
LuAnn Kessi


  1. This looks like a lot of fun! Thanks for sharing!

  2. I love those tea bags !!! Sure, I'll drink more and more tea... Patchacha

  3. I have been playing with tea bags and stamping too. My question is how thick or thin is the gel medium applied? Is there a water-to-gel-ratio for diluting the gel...that is if you dilute it? Thanks.

  4. Just a thin coat of soft gel medium is needed, enough so the tea bags will adhere to the fabric substrate. No water dilution is necessary.