Hand Painted Free Motion Stitched Surface Design on Wearable Art | Lidija Miklavcic | Skillshare

Hand Painted Free Motion Stitched Surface Design on Wearable Art

Lidija Miklavcic, Design, Mixed Media Art, Surface Pattern Design

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8 Videos (1h 38m)
    • Class Introduction

      1:54
    • More Surface Recycle Design Inspirations from my Tutorial Girl Projects

      3:41
    • Fabric Recycle Curved Patchwork

      16:58
    • Skirt pattern without paper pattern

      9:54
    • Doodle Painting - First Layer

      12:20
    • Doodle Painting - Second Layer

      11:21
    • Free Motion Doodle Stitch

      22:45
    • Skirt Finishing

      18:44

About This Class

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This class will demonstrate handpainted surface design with the graphic contrast of free motion stitch. As an added bonus, the project will be wearable. First, we will recycle an old pair of jeans with curved patchwork stitching. Next, we will make a free from skirt pattern. Finally, we will play with handpainted surface design embellished with free motion stitching. There will be three lessons that could be used in one project or you could make three totally different projects. 

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Lidija Miklavcic

Design, Mixed Media Art, Surface Pattern Design

I work as self-employed pattern maker-designer a.k.a. Tutorial Girl. I design everything from shoes to clothes and bags ... anything I need that I can't find. I recycle a lot of old jeans into a new hand painted and free motion stitched surface patterns, so my designs are a little bit more personal to me. I have a big wish to become a surface pattern designer some day and the last few years I'm the happiest if my hands are covered with paint. I've never grown up and I still live like DIY pers...

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