Saturday, September 1, 2018

Painting on Fusible Web...


Painting Fusible Web...

Oh, so much FUN!








The Permission 2 Play instructors gathered 

together to do some class prep...

Painting Fusible Web




The acrylic paint is watered down a bit...

You want a watery consistency.




Paint it directly onto the fusible web...

glue side up...

paper side down





The paper becomes wet and begins

to buckle and creates air pockets...yummy!





Close Up View.....Air Pockets





Allow the painted fusible web to dry



Once dry....you can do so much with this stuff:


You can tear it before you apply 

it to a substrate...





You can directly iron it to paper or fabric or ???




Once it cools off...

you peel off the backing paper




Look at all that yummy texture





















In class, the P2P students will be creating

their own painted fusible web...


and use it to embellish note cards.


Please Join Us:

Permission 2 Play
Painted Fusible Class
Thursday, September 27, 2018 @ 1:00
JanniLou Creations Quilt Shop
1243 Main Street
Philomath, OR 97370
541-929-3795



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 the 4th Thursday of each month at JanniLou Creations Quilt Shop, Philomath, OR

If you are interested in joining this class contact:
LuAnn Kessi   kessi@pioneer.net

Our Best To You,
Instructors: Nancy Bryant, Kathi Borrego, 
Debbie van der Sommen, LuAnn Kessi

 Many Thanks for the support of:
JanniLou Creations Quilt Shop, OSU Folk Thrift Club of Corvallis, OR, Mary's River Quilt Guild, Donations made by private individuals, Good Samaritan Hospital, Samaritan Regional Cancer Center, Corvallis Clinic Oncology, Project H.E.R.
You make this class possible!

10 comments:

  1. I have done this technique and used in my work. It is fun and you all got some beautiful results!!! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Well, who would have ever thought of that? I always enjoy what you do with your painting!

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  3. Thank you for sharing this technique with us. I love this idea and I can't wait to try it.

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  4. This looks like great fun. Thanks for sharing so many good ideas.

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  5. This looks like great fun. Thanks for sharing so many interesting ideas.

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  6. LuAnn when you fuse the painted fusible web to a cotton fabric, does it have a stiff feeling to the fabric? Does it feel tacky?

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    1. Hi Daryl, No, there really isn't a stiff feel and no it is not tacky whatsoever. You can easily quilt through it if you like. There are so many surface design possibilities with this technique. Be sure you paint is thinned down with water. Paint a piece and play with it.

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  7. Hi everyone, I haven't been receiving any blogger comments for several months now. I thought everyone was having a fun and busy summer and wasn't reading the blog.....just today I discovered lots and lots of blogger comments waiting for my moderation. Not sure how that happened? I will try and respond to any questions you had....which may take me awhile to get through several months of comments, but I will peck away at it a little each day. Sorry for the lack of communication on my part. Happy to see all of the comments waiting for me. My Best To You, LuAnn Kessi in Western Oregon

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  8. LuAnn, what happens when you iron fabric that has the painted fusible on it?? I've only used the fusible that allows me to fuse one fabric to another...is there any other kind? The stuff with paper on one side. I don't know how I missed this post, but with your yearly recap, I found it!! This would be an awesome way to get fabric the way you want it for a wall hanging...not sure I would use it on a quilt that would be washed!!

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  9. Always place a piece of parchment paper over the painted fusible when pressing it with an iron. Painted fusible is for art quilts that are displayed on the wall, it is not washable.

    LuAnn

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