Ginny Lee's Demonstration of Deconstructed Printing
|Ginny Lee and Marylee Drake discuss the deconstructed printing process and the effects it creates.
|Ginny shared several techniques for deconstructed printing.
|These techniques result in a wide variety of effects.
|Jackie Manley used fabrics by Ann Johnston and her own hand-dyes on a black background to create this quilt entitled "The Eye." The random piecing echoes the power of a hurricane, and Jackie finished it just as a hurricane passed by.
|Traditional Hawaiian quilts were the inspiration behind the blocks in Stephanie Bennett Straus's "October Wind" quilt. She included a Halloween song in the border.
|Lynne Tubbe's pink and red fabrics were dyed at a workshop at Ginny Lee's. Some of the fabrics are luxurious silk velvets.
|Karla Rogers brought in a denim shirt she tie-dyed.
|Karla also shared some of her hand-dyed fabrics. She used Shibori techniques to dye three dish towels and some cotton fabrics.
|Sue Marshall took a pre-printed panel and is in the process of quilting it with decorative quilting.