Tuesday, September 1, 2015

The Printed Fabric Bee Giveaway: Architecture!

Hi, it's Deborah Boschert. I chose "architecture" as the theme this month. I requested that the other artists in The Printed Fabric Bee create 12x12 inch piece of fabrics using "blues" as their color palette. Of course, they all made 6x6 inch fabric to include in our monthly giveaway.

I created a piece inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright's Tree of Life stained glass window. You can read all about my process and see all my process photos on my blog.


To win the collection of 6x6 inch Printed Fabric Bee Architecture squares, please leave a comment on this blog post by September 15 when I'll pick a winner.

Plus, check out all the other artists and their Printed Fabric Bee fabrics.

Carol R. Eaton
Jackie Lams
Lynda Heines
Gerrie Congdon
Susan Purney Mark
Deborah Boschert
Jane Davila
Lisa Chin
Lynn Krawczyk
Leslie Jenison
Judy Gula 
Julie B. Booth

33 comments:

  1. Just found this. Enjoying immensely. This may be a double comment. Candy

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  2. Wonderful print! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  3. Wow...how inspiring! I love architecture and have seen Frank's houses around the US. Love this! Thanks for the giveaways.

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  4. Hi Deborah! Fun theme and I love your image. Love art nouveau and art deco!

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    1. Oops...this isn't really either art deco or art noveau, is it? Oh, well...it's a cool technique and a fetching image!

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    2. Well... it's inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright and I think he could be classified as Art Deco. I don't really know that much about all those different styles. I just make what I like. You know?

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  5. I've always wanted to try that method - thanks for the step by step photos!

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  6. Love it! I have been trying that technique and it's really fun. The Frank Lloyd Wright designs are perfect!

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  7. Great theme! I love your stained glass window and look forward to checking out the rest of the pieces.

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  8. Love this! A method on my to try list, just might have to make that a reality sooner rather than later. didn't think about using paint instead of dye, good suggestions! thanks!

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  9. I love the final piece. I have been wanting to do that technique for a long time, now maybe I will!

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  10. This is just so cool. I have to try it.

    determineddebby at gmail dot com

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  11. This is beautiful, I have to try this.

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  12. LOVE the Architecture theme Deb... so many applications and your work here is wonderful!
    Can't wait to follow along and what a wonderful collection this will be....thanks!

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  13. This is wonderful! Frank Lloyd Wright architecture is the best. I grew up in the Chicago area so I appreciate any piece of art he inspires. Thank you for the instructions of how you accomplished this piece of fabric art.

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  14. Wow, these are all beautiful! Such intricacy in cutting the stencil.

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  15. This just boggles my mind and has me thinking of a whole new way of designing fabric. You are a genius! I've visited several Frank Lloyd Wright homes and am always impressed by his artistic skills.

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    1. Oh goodness... I'm certainly not a genius. I just followed some other tutorials I found on the internet. It sure was fun though! And turned out better than I expected!

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  16. This is beautiful. I love the delicacy in the colours and shapes.

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  17. Your step-by-step photos and instructions for this technique are so helpful. Glue... who'd have thought it! Such great results. This is a terrific selection of fabrics in your giveaway.

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  18. I love this glue and paint technique. The possibilities are endless! And everyone's artwork is beautiful. Thanks for the awesome chance to win!

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  19. Love this print as well as the others in the collection!

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  20. These look like such fun to create.

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  21. Love it! You all make it look so easy and fun :)

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  22. What a talented group of artists! The fabrics are wonderful!

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