Learn How To Make Photo Quilts | Art Quilts with Tammie Bowser

Make Art Quilts, Memory Quilts or a Photo Quilt… the easy way!

Student Quilts

If they can do it, you can too!

You can use ribbon!

Dec
16,
2010
0

I wanted to try using 1/4 inch satin ribbon. This technique is so user friendly it allowed me complete my picture in a couple of days. A pair of tweezers came in handy also as the pieces had a mind of their own and wanted to flip over as I let them go. Finished size about the size of a manilla folder.

Quilter’s Ultimate Color Value Solution

Dec
15,
2010
2

Color Value And Its Importance
Read this section carefully because really understanding this concept can make the difference between creating stunning quilts or average quilts.

Color value is how light or dark a fabric is in relation to the other fabrics in your color palette. A color palette is the collection of fabrics used to make your quilt. The most important step in making a photo quilt Continue reading

Using the color wheel to choose the perfect colors!

Dec
12,
2010
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The color wheel is a very useful tool if you know how to use it, and very confusing if you don’t. I have come up with a few simple suggestion on how to use it for Quilted Photography. I have not seen these techniques any where else, so read carefully, it will help you. Continue reading

Glad I Saw You On Simply Quilts!

Dec
12,
2010
0

Hi Tammie, 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. I enjoyed the process so much, it was also a healing process for me because Continue reading

It is like eating popcorn!

Dec
12,
2010
0

I am sending you some pictures of my projects. It is like eating popcorn, I can’t quit! The flower is from my yard,The two babies are of my daughter Angela,when she was a baby and her son Jared. The handsome young man is my son Cody.  I can’t wait to get started on the next one.
Thanks again,
Alicia

 

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