Sunday, July 29, 2007

Fiber Foiling

Dscn2609_2 Two steps of a four step foiling process...needs sealant, and antique glazing.



6 comments:

  1. Wow wow WOW! Love these pieces! I've not tried foiling yet. So many things,so little time...and $! The reds and golds are wonderful.

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  2. These are beautiful! I second the comment about the wonderful colors.

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  3. How wonderful is this!! I, too, haven't tried foiling but Wow!
    What an inspiration.
    Be blessed.
    Sassafras

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  4. Beautiful foiling. Love the colors. I've just discovered marbling--with similar excitement and want to fuze marbled cotton into my quilts.
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