Supplies Students Need To Have On Hand:
4-10 fat quarters solid color cotton fabric — Choose colors you love and include both darks and lights. Feel free to bring more, especially if you work quickly.
piece of felt or batting approximately 18×22 inches
fabric pen — I like black Micron by Pigma in the 08 size, feel free to bring other colors or brands.
four to six small bottles acrylic craft paint (or textile paint) — Bring colors that coordinate with your fabric colors and include lights and darks. Black and white are always good. I like Folk Art brand from Michaels.
3 – 6 spouncers (foam brushes, sometimes called pouncers or stencil brushes, or any sponge stencil brush)
two or three “found objects” for printing — Consider small toys, kitchen utensils, empty spools, items from your recycling bin. Anything with a texture or pattern that might be interesting.
three empty toilet paper tubes
4 pieces of corrugated cardboard, foam core or styrofoam approximately 4×4” for mounting stamps
one or two sheets sticky-backed fun foam
freezer paper — one yard is plenty
scissors — small and large
sketchbook, pen and pencil
container for water
paper towels for clean up
plastic to cover workspace, a garbage bag works fine
exacto knife and small cutting mat
apron or paint clothes
Art Quilt Collage: A Creative Journey in Fabric, Paint and Stitching by Deborah Boschert