How to Sew Art Part Two on The Best of Sewing With Nancy

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

How to Sew Art Part Two on The Best of Sewing With Nancy

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

On today’s featured episode of The Best 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 last Thursday’s blog posting, we 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 Bowser

Watch How to Sew Art part two, and see the magic happen!

  • 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

Angelina fibers

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.


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

For a chance to be the random winner  of a copy of Quilted Photo Deluxe 2.0 Art Quilt Software by Tammie Bowser, tell us who you would choose for a Sew Art photo in a comment below.

Tammie Bowser will give away one Quilted Photo Deluxe 2.0 Art Quilt Software to one US resident in the 48 contiguous states.Winner must reply within 30 days to the official giveaway announcement email message – sent from Nancy Zieman Productions. Email Team NZP at [email protected]


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Be sure to join in and follow the 2020 Nancy Zieman Productions Pillow Sewing Challenge at the NZP Blog. Find Pillow Sewing Challenge details on our Official Nancy Zieman Productions 2020 Pillow Sewing Challenge Launch Posting. Deadline to enter is this Sunday, March 22, 2020.

 

Happy Quilting,

Team Nancy Zieman

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16 Comments

  • Gail Beam
    March 19, 2020

    I would choose my granddaughter for a Sew Art Photo

  • Lorna DeSantis
    March 19, 2020

    It’s not a who I would stitch it’s a what. I would stitch a Christmas picture my daughter drew using on old program called “Paint.”

  • Jana Bowman
    March 19, 2020

    I’d sew a picture that I have of all my 5 children together.

  • Norma Restrepo
    March 19, 2020

    I would sew a picture of my Catleya Triana orchid! Why only one orchid? Maybe I will create a fabric garden with the software!

  • Sharon Carter
    March 19, 2020

    I would create an art collage of Nat King Cole.

  • Rebecca Hutchison
    March 20, 2020

    I would make an elephant for my daughter, who is obsessed with them!

  • Kathryn E
    March 20, 2020

    I would love to quilt a wedding photo of me and my husband.

  • BevM
    March 20, 2020

    I would make an art picture of my parents.

  • Cynthia d.
    March 20, 2020

    Choosing my family with grandparents included would be a very special art quilt legacy.

  • Laurie Fredregill
    March 20, 2020

    This is a very exciting sewing concept that I can’t wait to try…. I’m sure will get beautiful results with this !

  • Sharon Ray
    March 21, 2020

    This seems to be great software.

  • Valerie A.
    March 21, 2020

    I would love to do an art photo of each, my daughter and my son!

  • Sherry Maylee
    March 21, 2020

    I know of a picture I have with 3 generations that I’d love to try this with

  • Sherry Maylee
    March 21, 2020

    I have a 3 generation picture I’d like to try this with

  • NancyB from Many LA
    March 21, 2020

    I would choose a beloved dog we owned, Boomer

  • Lorraine Alves
    March 23, 2020

    My parents were married for 68 years. They held hands every day including the day when my dad died. I have a photo of them holding hands and would like to do a Sew Art project of their hands.Their hands represent tenderness, caring and love.

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