From Photo to Fiber Art
with Sylvia G. Snyder
Sunday, March 30th
12 pm – 6 pm
Reserve your spot today, as class sizes are limited!
FACES Members receive 10% off all class registration fees for 2014!
About the Class
Turn your photographs into something special. Students will be show how to turn their pictures into a quilted art piece. Emphasis will be given to learning how to build a fabric collage using the color wheel and lying raw edge fabrics down to create a still life. Students will also look at focal points and triangular compositions for balance and harmony. For this class, a sewing machine is not required
Class fee $45. Some materials may be purchase from the teacher on the day of class, please consult the list below.
Sharpie Twin Tip black permanent marker (fine/ultra fine)
Rotary cutter, mat, and ruler, small scissors, and tweezers.
Glue stick (my favorite is Elmer’s washable)
Wash Away Tear Away stabilizer or your favorite one (some will be available for purchase in class)
Lite Steam-A-Seam2® that is a double stick lite fusible web (some will be available purchase in class)
Small iron and ironing pad (only if you have them)
2 fat quarters background pieces
Many fabric scraps
Sewing machine and machine embroidery threads (normally there is not enough time in this class for sewing)
Sylvia Gabriela Snyder found her inspiration for fabric art when she learned of Japanese fabric works in a class she attended (1993). After Sylvia moved to the U.S. in 2000, she was intent on discovering her own style and expression through fabric art. After attending many exhibits, Sylvia entered an exhibit in 2006, winning her first ribbon at the Bernina Challenge. After this exhibit, Sylvia has had her work showcased in numerous exhibitions all over the nation, and has won many other awards.
Look for other upcoming classes by Sylvia!
Sylvia will be giving a class on the last Sunday of every month. Her next FACES workshop will be “Borders and Edges,” on Sunday, April 27, 2014!