How to Sew Art – Part Two

How to Sew Art Quilts Part Two on Sewing With Nancy with Tammie Bowser

How to Sew Art – Part Two

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How to Sew Art Quilts Part Two on Sewing With Nancy with Tammie BowserOn today’s episode of Sewing With Nancy, Nancy Zieman and Tammie Bowser continue with part two of How to Sew Art. Start with a photo, choose fabrics, and then follow steps to turn a common digital image into spectacular wall art. Tammie Bowser, a quilt innovator, will show how to transform ordinary fabric into fine art.

In a recent post, Nancy shared an overview of How to Sew Art part one, including choosing a photo, downloading the software, printing the pattern, creating a fusible web sandwich, and selecting fabrics.

How to Sew Art Quilts on Sewing With Nancy with Tammie Bowser

How to Sew Art Quilts on Sewing With Nancy with Nancy Zieman and Tammie Bowser

 How to Sew Art Quilts on Sewing With Nancy with Nancy Zieman and Tammie Bowser

How to Sew Art Quilts on Sewing With Nancy with Nancy Zieman and Tammie Bowser

How to Sew Art Quilts on Sewing With Nancy with Tammie BowserIn How to Sew Art part twothe magic happens!

  • Learn techniques for cutting the pattern pieces.

How to Sew Art Quilts on Sewing With Nancy with Tammie Bowser

  • See how to cut and add the fabric pieces.

How to Sew Art Quilts part two on Sewing With Nancy with Tammie Bowser

  • Watch Tammie demonstrate the stitching/quilting process.

How to Sew Art Part Two on Sewing With Nancy with Nancy Zieman and guest Tammie Bowser.

  • See how to add texture with Cotona thread and Angelina fibers.

Madeira Cotona Thread Pack

In How to Sew Art part two, you’ll also see an inspirational gallery of Tammie’s quilts!

Jazz Trombone by Tammie Bowser as Seen on Sewing With Nancy

Jazz Trombone

Duke Ellington by Tammie Bowser as Seen on Sewing With Nancy–How to Sew Art.

Duke Ellington

Doris Day by Tammie Bowser as Seen on Sewing With NancyDoris Day

At Tammie’s website, howtosewart.com. you’ll find details on downloading a free software trial. The software turns an image into an art quilt pattern and includes the Gerber Daisy image below!

How to Sew Art Quilts Part Two on Sewing With Nancy with Tammie Bowser

 

Watch How to Sew Art  (Part One and Part Two) on The Best of Sewing With Nancy.

 

The Best of Sewing With Nancy TV Show hosted by Nancy Zieman

 

Tell us who you would choose for a Sew Art photo in a comment below, for a chance to be the winner of an electronic quilt pattern created by Tammie Bowser, plus a video course in her stitched art techniques. Tammie will personally create the winner’s quilt pattern using their random photo.

 

 

Happy Sewing!

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19 Comments

  • Clovis
    September 19, 2019

    So many photos to choose from.

  • Bonnye
    September 19, 2019

    I would choose a picture of my clivia flowers.

  • Ann West
    September 19, 2019

    I would like to try making a Sew Art photo quilt for each of my 3 grandchildren. Then I would try making one for each of my two daughters and their husbands. I think that would be so much fun to surprise them at Christmas with a photo quilt for each. Thanks!

  • Joyce
    September 19, 2019

    I would choose my boys (who are twins) when they were little.

  • Dixie
    September 19, 2019

    I would choose a picture of my granddaughter.

  • Katherine Dossman
    September 19, 2019

    My son at age at age 8. I have a photo of him with the biggest smile after a ride at a theme park. It’s precious.

  • Susan
    September 19, 2019

    The Sew Art Photo is just incredible in that it really turns a photo in artwork. Would probably choose a photo of my grandchildren and if it needed to be limited to one person that I would choose one of my children.

  • Pat
    September 19, 2019

    I would choose to create an art quilt from a picture of my dog.

  • Jade
    September 19, 2019

    I would first start with an animal photo before I’d be brave enough to tackle a human! My sister’s dog is what I’d do, since she has been the best companion to her for many years and has gotten very old, so it would make an everlasting memory when she’s gone.

  • Nancy H
    September 19, 2019

    I would choose to start with a photo of a monarch butterfly on a flower.

  • Martha O.
    September 19, 2019

    I’d like to select from my photos of birds and insects.

  • Donna M Webster
    September 19, 2019

    I would use a photo of my late mother. I have a great one displayed in my living room that I look at everyday.

  • C DeLamare
    September 19, 2019

    A picture of my parents. It would be nice when someone “wins” to actually have a response from someone there at NZ. Sad winner.

  • Barb K
    September 19, 2019

    I would maybe start with a pet photo–our Siamese kitten.

  • Betty
    September 19, 2019

    I would like to make a picture of my Son’s together, before our oldest died. It would mean the world to us.

  • Julie Kill
    September 20, 2019

    I would choose My Grandmother. She raised her family on her own, hunted, sewed, and got them trough the depression. She was my best friend and confidant. I miss her very much!
    Thank you for the opportunity to learn such wonderful, and Fun techniques!

  • L Watson
    September 20, 2019

    I would choose a picture with my two
    Daughters together.

  • Carol Netzler
    September 20, 2019

    I would try to do a quilt picture of my miniature schnauzer, Riley.

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