Welcome to the STITCHED Tutorial Blog Hop!
I love to use handwriting as a graphic element in my fabric collages. People often ask me how I do it, so I am thrilled to share my process with you. It's simple, really! You should try it. I love handwriting because it is so specifically unique to every person. I also love it because it suggests communicating, story telling and expression.
Handwriting on Fabric Tutorial from Deborah Boschert on Vimeo.
*By the way... this tutorial is part of a tutorial blog hop through out March with several STITCHED artists. How fun! Check out the list of blogs at the bottom of this post.
Kona solid fabric
Pigma Micron pen 08
Wonder Under fusible webbing (optional)
your unique handwriting!
Salisbury Streets. The title of the tune is "Writing Songs." Appropriate, don't you think?
Lastly, if you enjoyed this tutorial and you're interested in more about the creative process and creating a fabric collage, I bet you'd love my workshop at STITCHED. My workshop is titled "Branches, Buds and Blossoms: A Fabric Collage" and it's just one of twenty incredible workshops in the STITCHED collection. Check it out!
This video tutorial is actually part of a STITCHED tutorial blog hop. I'm happy to kick off a month of great tutorials. Check out the others here.
March 1st: Deborah -- That's me! You're here.
March 5th: Paula
March 6th: Jackie
March 8th: Mollie
March 13th: Cindy Caraway
March 15th: Jennifer
March 20th: Kelli
March 22nd: Tracie
March 27th: Alma
March 29th: Ann Tucker