We fall in love with fabric… We have our tax ID number…. Why not buy wholesale by the bolt? It’s so much cheaper and we can always sell the extra….
I have customers and they can’t find wide backs for their quilts….should I carry backings?
Carrying batting and thread are no brainers, aren’t they.
An internet store…. I can sell fabric in an internet store!
We all have these ideas and questions. Can you do sell retail and make a profit or is it a giant money pit? This class will tell you what you need to know to make a decision that’s right for you and profitable and legal!
MQX – Friday, April 13th, 4-6 pm
MQS – Friday, May 18th, 8-10 am
This is a hands-on class using foil and Angelina film and fiber. We’ll also be making our own screens so that we can screen print glue to use with the foil. We’ll use stencils and also the Slice Fabrique to create our shapes. Lots of interesting things going on in this class plus lots of supplies to take home!
MQS – Saturday, May 19th from 10:30 – 12:30
We had so much fun screen printing in our Art Quilt group that I’m very excited to bring this class to both MQX and MQS this spring. I thought screen printing needed expensive materials and was difficult to do but I found out that you can make your own screens with common materials and it was very easy. In the class we’ll be making two kinds of screens – one disposable and one reusable. We’ll experiment with different mediums to create the design – soy wax, glue, paste and freezer paper; and different mediums to print with – fabric paint, screenprinting ink, and shaving cream mixed with ink and discuss using dyes as the medium. You’ll go home with a screen and several printed fat quarters. Don’t settle for just the fabric you can find….make your own!
MQX – Wednesday, April 11th, 9-11 am. Sign up here: http://www.mqxshow.com/MQX/East/Home/index.cfm
MQS – Saturday, May 19th, 8-10 am. Sign up here: http://www.mqsshow.org/Registration/
Making the screens……..
Ready to print – freezer paper butterflies cut with the Slice with soy wax swirls….
The finished fabric: