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Coloring on Fabric with Inktense

Add some color to your life and quilts with Inktense pencils and blocks. Easy to control, blend and completely permanent when finished, these pencils will become one of your favorite 'tools' in the box! Perfect to personalize your projects, let kids or grandkids participate in making something special and unique, or make your label of your quilt as special as the quilt itself. If you're looking for a way to enhance your embroidery and applique projects, add some extra fun to your quilts or you just enjoy coloring--this class is for you!

Class is 10-3:30
This class will be held at The Art Barn off of Hwy 35

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: Available for all levels. If you have ever colored in a coloring book, you can do this class....and if you haven't ever colored in a coloring book, then you NEED to take this class! Those familiar with watercolor will have the opportunity to explore how the techniques differ when working on fabric.
Materials Included: Use of classroom blocks and pencils, paintbrushes, waterbrushes and textile medium. Each student will also get fabric to practice on, as well as create a small project.
Requirements: All you need to bring your inner child and a sack lunch. If you have your own set of Inktense, or other coloring tools you would like to also experiment with, please feel bring them along.
Instructor: Monique Kleinhans
Instructor Bio: Monique is a collage artist of techniques--blending her respect for traditional patchwork with bobbin-work, thread painting, watercolors, felting, weaving, and often on her own hand-dyed and hand-painted fabrics. Many of her compositions include three-dimensional objects with a variety of fibers and textures. Born and raised on the same farm where her grandfather grew up in Northwest Montana, she picked up the tradition of quilting from her Mother. "Just as my father took up the plow from his father, I learned to love and work with fabric from my Mother. An avid quilter and teacher, My Mother’s work lit my creative fire, and much of what I've learned has come from our playing and experimenting together. The things that I cherish most from my Mother's teachings are the desire to constantly discover and explore, embracing my sense of adventure, and of course, having a sense of humor.” Monique owns and operates Ladybug’s Cabin in Bigfork, Montana, and has designed over two dozen patterns for applique, table décor and bed quilts. She considers her patterns an invitation to explore and play. And she loves to share her fascination of color and texture in the fiber arts to inspire others to let their creativity shine.
Includes all basic class supplies

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.