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Hi Ladies,

I always enjoy seeing your beautiful projects. Have you worked with any of these manipulation techniques in your creations? Any pics to share please?

Just discovered a local class being offered that uses Fabric Manipulation and folds. Here is the instructor for the class.

Took a chance and signed up for the two day class in October. The first two projects shown here are the ones scheduled for class time. Hopefully a beginner can do it! Should be fun!

~Like sands through the hourglass
~So are the days of our lives
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I have seen her work and am totally inspired by it! Sure would love to take one of her classes...wish she had some on-line...

Have a GREAT time!
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I haven't done it but love the looks of it.

I found a great site that the lady does awesome smocking that makes me think of fabric manipulation. She also has embroidery.

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