Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Fabric journal video last in series.

fabric journal 4 of 4 from teesha moore on Vimeo.

34 comments:

  1. Wow, Teesha! You are the bomb for sharing this eye candy!! Thanks so much! It makes the process much less intimidating after watching your videos.
    -Briana

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  2. Oh NO. Now I have to drop all my other projects and go do this!!!!!Thank you thank you thank you for these videos.

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  3. Thanks Teesha! These videos are wonderful and a great reminder for an easy, fun take with you project!!!

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  4. Between your viedeos and the ROD class, I may NEVER come up for air again! *laughs*

    THanks so much Teesha for the tutorial. I watched, made notes and will be making myself a journal bag soon! You ROCK! *big hugs*

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  5. Wow!! You truely are amazing!! Thanx for sharing these videos. I have always wondered, and now it's as easy as quilting and I know how to do that. Yes!!

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  6. Very cool...thanks Teesha!

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  7. Thanks for the inspiration, I really enjoyed watching your video`s!
    Viv

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  8. Teesha! what an awesome series of videos! This type of project is right up my ally. I'll be sure to leave you a message with a link to my first project:)

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  9. Donna Knadle5:00 PM

    Teesha, I now can use my hoards of buttons, pins, etc. Thank you for your generosity. Your videos are just awesome.

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  10. Thank you for showing us how to make your fantastic journals. They are so fun! I'm hauling out my sewing machine and getting started right now!

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  11. Your creative, generous ways are completely refreshing Teesha! Thanks so much for putting your art out here for all of us to be inspired by! I'm running for my machine now! whoo hoo!!!

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  12. Thanks for the great videos Teesha! Lovin' all your creativity and stuff.

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  13. Thanks for sharing this technique! Your work is so beautiful and inspiring.

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  14. Fantastic fabric journals and wonderful videos! Thank you, Teesha, for sharing your tutorials so generously! This is really something I have to try as soon as possible.

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  15. Really fantastic series...can't thank you enough for sharing your process. Your generosity is heartwarming!

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  16. The timing couldn't have been more perfect!! I was looking for a unique way to cover a journal that is almost full! And being a quilter too, I've got loads of scraps. Thank you for these videos and the inspiration.
    Laura D.

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  17. this was an awesome discovery! a friend of mine gave me the link to your blog and couldn't stop watching.. I am such a perfectionist when it comes to my crafts, and this type of project is soooo freeing..I am working on my first one right now and will be blogging it soon!! Thanks so much for the inspiration!! Here's my front cover in progress if you want to see: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mommasgoodies/4540583279/ Like you suggested, it's only 6x6 .. I still have to embellish, finish the back and put together. My dd 10 yr bday is coming up next month and it's going to be for her... I am going to journal in it with her n mind..

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  18. I just had to stop what I was doing and follow along with your video. Thanks for taking the time to demonstrate and share!

    Click here to see how mine turned out!

    ~Sharon

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  19. Anonymous5:30 PM

    Fantastic Teesha! I almost feel that I have done a class with you from thousand of miles away! Now I have some brilliant ideas taking seed from your gorgeous scrap pillows! Will you ever come Down Under to Australia?
    Suzanne

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  20. the pages are so beautiful! I love the meditative repetitive stitches...and the colors and textures are really fabulous:)

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  21. Teesha, Thank you so much for sharing your technique! Your journals and your art are beautiful and very inspiring! I love the idea of bringing these to work on while traveling. I love doing art while on vacation and this is perfect! I really enjoy the way you teach… "no matchie-poo" and very down to earth. Thanks! Leah

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  22. absolutely awesome! you have so much cool stuff. and thanks for sharing this for free. this could definitely have been a class for pay.

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  23. Andra Hepler4:15 AM

    Teesha,
    Thank you for the cool videos. I noticed a lot of your imagines on the fabric. I assume you printed them onto fabric from your collages? I don't think I have ever seen fabric collage sheets on your site. I have the paper collage sheets...may we do that for our own personal use as well?
    Smiles, Andra

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  24. yes andrea...I allow folks to copy my collage sheets onto fabric if they want. I used to sell them but only a few random ones at shows. perhaps I should think about that again. thanks for the reminder about that.

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  25. I love them all! You are so creative and so wonderful to share all of this creativity and knowledge. I can't wait to try it. I have a zillion fat quarters because I can't resist buying them, so now I know what to do with them.
    Thank you so much.

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  26. Andra Hepler7:15 AM

    Teesha,
    Printing fabric ones for your site would be great!
    Smiles, Andra

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  27. OH delish! Thank heavens it is FRIDAY....there will be no sleeping tonight...I must go make one of these!! RIGHT.NOW! thank you for sharing this wonderful technique!

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  28. Thanks for sharing this! I can't wait to dig into my stash and start sewing. This would be such a great way to use up scraps that otherwise get ignored ... just pair up a couple pieces that are about the same size and go for it! Now I think I know what I'm going to use my Hobby Lobby gift card for ... pearl cotton LOL!

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  29. Thank you so very much Teesha! I've recently deconstructed our beloved Grandma's first quilt that she hand stitched when she was 8 years old (back in the early 1900's). It had not been cherished all these years and when it came to me was in a state of ruin. I was determined to save as many of the squares as possible and so spent a good deal of time last weekend cutting it apart and crying my eyes out. Well, now I know how to stablize and perserve some of these precious quilt squares ~ making one of your fabulous pillow journals! Really, Teesha, thank you with my whole heart.

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  30. Thank you so much for sharing! Funny, I was just wandering the isles at Craft Warehouse today admiring the piles of fat quarters and wondering why I was looking at them since I'm not a quilter... oh-oh!

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  31. You are such a lovely giving person Teesha! Thanks so much for sharing your creativity and techniques with us. ((hugs))

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  32. Thanks Teesha, I love this fabric journal. I've started with the fabric-patches after watching your videos.

    http://mescrap.blogspot.com/2010/04/teesha-inspired-fabric-journal-cover.html

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  33. thank you soooo much for your inspiration and generous sharing of how to make your fabric journals. You have inspired me to get out my sewing machine again - after over a year of it just sitting there collecting dust - have posted some photos of my journal cover on my blog
    http://wendypslittlecorneroftheworld.blogspot.com/2010/05/my-first-fabric-journal-stage-2.html
    again THANK YOU !!!! big smiles W

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  34. Thank you so very much for sharing these wonderful videos.. really truly inspiring !! you rock !

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