Today I’m sharing an altered book I created late last year. What’s different about this book is its fabric cover. Here’s how I made it: I started with a children’s book (a Golden one I believe), opened it up flat and measured the height and width of the covers and spine. I cut one piece […]
I made a fabric book a few weeks ago and now I’m sharing the book’s pages. It’s a simple one signature pamphlet stitched structure and the pages are a random assortment of black and white papers. I’ve noted underneath each photo some of the elements on each page.
This weekend I needed a handmade book project to work on but wasn’t able to work in my studio. So I created a hand stitched fabric journal using fabric scraps and lots of embroidery floss inspired by the work of Teesha Moore. It has a very rustic, unfinished look, which is not my normal style, […]
Happy New Year! January isn’t over yet, so I think I can still wish you a happy new year, right? Today, I’m sharing a book I created over the Christmas vacation. I based the cover on a design by Mary Ann Moss in her online class Remains of the Day. I’m a regular reader of […]
I’ve been collecting vintage fabrics and sewing notions for years, but I’ve never really done anything with them. It only recently occurred to me to create fabric books with them – duh! Here’s the first of hopefully many books made with my stash. The cover is a piece of vintage linen that I embroidered with […]