Finished this week

I’ll be teaching Faux Chenille technique to Roothing Valley Quilters in October and presenting our classes in Duxford Quilt show last week in October. So I decided to make another little sample for people to introduce this technique. Faux chenille technique

People usually associate Faux Chenille with just sewn and cut strips but we tried to take it just couple of steps further.

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The beads and buttons are also very important part of the process as it finishes off the piece and give is bit of sparkle and even more texture. img_6778_fotor

We don’t have any more classes for this technique this year, but there will be definitely more next year.

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Thank you for reading

Vendulka

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