Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Free Fabric Journal Workshop Video

fabric journal 1 of 4 from teesha moore on Vimeo.

23 comments:

  1. I haven't even finished my journal.. working on it though .... thanks so much for another project... you are so generous and appreciated.

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  2. Teesha... OMG I haven't even finished my other journal yet... and I can't stand it to start this one.... You are so wonderful to share your talents with us minions...

    Your generosity is so appreciated..

    Hope Terry is doing well..

    Thanks so much...

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  3. Very cool journals and bags...wow - so much! Thanks for sharing the tutorial....very cool :) I want to try somehow with leather!

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  4. Thank you for showing this. I love /covet my journal I made during Moore, Demeng, More, days! I think I'll go make another!

    (((hugs))))

    Tara

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  5. thanks so much for sharing, teesha...i have always wanted to see just how you put your quilted journals together. cheers, deb

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  6. Thank you for sharing this!
    best, Annie - the Netherlands

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  7. you just made my day!
    inspired yes!!!
    thank you very much for your time and generosity!
    C

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  8. Teesha! Thanks for these videos. What a very cool idea with loads of flexibility.

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  9. I love the little fabric pillows. What a wonderful idea to sew them together into journals and bags. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. Thanks so much Teesha. Your work is fabulous and I love the mixture of fabric and paper in these books. The technique is also so versatile.

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  11. thank you again for being so generous! these videos are the bomb!

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  12. LOVE LOVE LOVE these videos!! I stitched alllllll day long yesterday and it's not a bad first attempt I've got going here!!! Will TRY to post a pic soon!! Thank you so very much for sharing this method!! I've NEVER sewn anything in my life!!!! Did I mention I love these videos (and the 16 pg journal, too!!!)...Kathleen Tanguy

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  13. How wonderful of you to make these videos to share. It's fun to put a voice with an artist too!
    Happy days,
    Joanie

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  14. Amazing work! I love it.Thank you for sharing.

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  15. Thank-you for sharing this Teesha- so inspirational as ever

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  16. Thank you for sharing your work !
    It's on my blog now
    love from the Netherlands ♥RINI♥

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  17. Teesha, I love your art. Thank you for the inspiration und for sharing this!
    Liebe Grüße aus Germany!

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  18. OOO thanks for a wonderful idea to use up all my sampling bits! Gorgeous and portable makes my day :)

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  19. thank you for share,good post

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  20. isnessofwhatis6:41 AM

    I fell in love with the little pillows when I saw some on craftster.org (in the needlework category if you want to take a look). someone linked to your videos on youtube and my mind started whirrling with ideas after the videos. Wall hangings,tablerunners, napkin rings, Christmas stockings, Christmas ornaments, a quilt for my bed, a sewing machine cover, and so much more. THANK YOU!!

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  21. Does anyone use any sort of scrap cutting organizing system to go with these types of projects? Like, cutting their scraps into groups of certain sizes. I'm trying to get my scraps organized, and I want to make these type squares, for journals and bags, and much more, but I', hesitant to start cutting. What sizes are people most finding useful. Thank you.

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