Wednesday, May 5, 2010

And the Winner is . . .


Thank you for playing in my giveaway and for leaving such "fantastical" comments.

These three hand painted fabrics are flying to

Marcia, please e-mail me your mailing address and I'll get these onto the first class section of the next flight out.

My shibori-like experiments with Neocolor II crayons on fabric continues, and I'll have more fabrics to share. I may make this a weekly affair. We'll see . . .

Another book giveaway coming soon, including an interview with Louise Pappas and my version of her project "Autumn Breeze."

Thanks, again, for playing!

Playing and sharing . . . artfully,

6 comments:

Janet said...

Yea! Congratulations to Marcia. Your fabric is gorgeous!

WoolenSails said...

Congratulations to Marcia!
I am working with painting on fabric today, using acrylics and water. Definitely need to hit an art store and see what I can find to work with fabrics.

Debbie

Deanna said...

My husband called me and my Neocolors have arrived at my house!!! Can't wait to get home and give them a try. One question... do you use just regular muslin fabric or do you use PFD fabric?

Fannie said...

Thanks, Janet.

Have fun coloring fabrics, Debbie.

Deanna, you must be excited. These three fabrics were done on bleached muslin. I've also used PFD fabrics with success. Silk is also good if you're trying for something transparent. I like using bleached muslin because it is transparent enough for layering and not as flimsy as silk. When using silk, I usually add a stabilizer, especially if using it for applique. Sometimes I use stabilizers on muslin. It depends on what I'm using it for. Muslin is also great for making fabric beads. Hope this helps. Enjoy.

Marcia said...

I appreciate the comments from other readers who offered me congratulations. I'm eagerly waiting for the beauties to arrive. Thank you Fannie.

Fannie said...

Hi, Marcia. It's in the hands of the USPS. You should receive it any day now. I have not lost a giveaway package yet. I don't want this to be the first. Let me know when you receive it.