Tammie Bowser gives you has added to her great Quilted Photography series with this new book, Amazing Chenilled! Quilted Photography.
This quilt book explores fabric, color and 4 new & teriffic textured chenille techniques: Layered Chenille, Stacked Strip Chenille Rag Chenille, and Faux Chenille.
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About the Author:Tammie is the author and inventor of Quilted Photography. Her professional fashion industry career has spanned the last 18 years. She worked as fashion designer and pattern maker. Her creative career and quilting techniques are without any boundaries. She is a book publisher, quilt teacher and sells commision works.
This book will show you the secrets for making textured quilts. The diagrams and instructions make the techniques and variations so easy that a beginner can do it!
The Tips Are Simple! When you read the book, you'll say, "Now why didn't I think of that?"
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"Tammie Bowser's method give you the tools to make heirloom-quality quilts on your first try. She has created a program that breaks down a process that would be unfathomably complicated for a busy quilter and makes it fun and fast to do. The results are nothing short of stunning in every case. When Tammie's quilting method is shown on QNN, our viewers respond immediately. QNN has received more mail about the Mosaic Quilt show than any other!" Sue Ann Taylor, Found and President of QNN. QNN is a network dedicated to quilting 24/7 and available to the world!
|Thank you for sending me the number grid
and extra tricut fusible so promptly. I stayed up until 3 am working
on the quilt. Last night I finally finished it and at first, thought
it didn't work. Then I tacked it on the wall and backed up and just
said, "Oh my gosh" I couldn't believe it turned out. What
Hi, I'd like to tell you how glad I am that I saw you on Simply
Quilts. I was so impressed and immediately had the idea to make
a Mosaic Quilt of my daughter and her son. It was also a healing
process for me because the baby in the picture, Andrew, my grandson,
passed away in June 2004 at the age of 2...Thank you so much for
sharing your technique.
|Hi Tammie, I wanted to share my first quilt
with you. I have been thinking about making a quilt for several years,
but didn't feel I had the time. When I saw you on Sewing with Nancy,
I immediately looked for your website as I knew this process would
be relatively quick. I loved pressing the pieces on a seeing the pattern
come to life. Thanks for your software and your quilting process....
Regards, Shari Sands
|Thank you so much. I am almost finished
with my first quilt! It is of my grandson and the results are incredible.
I followed your instructions and arranged the fabrics according to
value. From then I had to go in faith because some of the fabrics
looked the same to me. Up until now, quilting had never appealed to
me...But this is totally different. This is art. Thanks for sharing
|Dear Tammie, I lost my son in 1992 and
have been seeking a new way to keep him near even more than I already
do with photographs. Your wonderful gift has given me something very
precious that I can share with other family members. I'll be making
one for my daughter too. This is such a precious gift! Thank you for
sharing your great ideas. You must be a wonderful mother, as just
listening to you speak about your daughter brings that feeling of
warmth and tenderness. May God bless you in your life and family.
|Rag Chenille Technique||
|Chapter 1||What is this technique?|
|Introduction to Quilting Photography with Texture||
|Fabrics suitable for technique|
|What is Quilting Photography? Why use texture?||Putting it together|
|what happens when you use texture and Quilted Photography together?||Possible Variations|
|Understanding Color, Value & Photographs||
|What is the difference between color and value?||Chapter 7|
|Four ways to choose the colors for your quilt||Stacked Strip Chenille Technique||
|The 8-8-8 rule||What is this technique?|
|How to sort your fabrics by value||Fabrics suitable for technique|
|Value is the key!||Preparation Instructions|
|How to choose a great photograph||Putting it together|
|How to take better photos||Possible Variations|
|Preparing the Fabrics and Patterns||
|Rules for choosing fabrics to create texture||Finishing Your Textured Quilt||
|About the fabrics||Completing the project|
|How to prepare and organize fabrics||Trimming the Quilt|
|Fabric Cutting Tips||Adding borders|
|Size and scale||Batting and backing|
|How to read the patterns||Bindings|
|Grid Guides and how to use them||How to display a quilted photo|
|About the stabilizers||Chapter 9|
|Chapter 4||How to Make Your Own Patterns with QPX 1.0||
|Faux Chenille Technique||
|How to download the software|
|What is this technique?||System requirements|
|Fabrics suitable for technique||Program tools|
|Preparation Instructions||Using the program tools|
|Putting it together||Finding the values of your fabrics|
|Possible Variations||Special Thanks||
|Examples||About the Author||
|Layered Chenille Technique||
|Quilting Photography Catalog||
|What is this technique?||Software|
|Fabrics suitable for technique||Notions/Supplies|
|Putting it together||Books|
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