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Making faces in fabric : workshop with Melissa Averinos : draw, collage, stitch & show / Melissa Averinos.

By: Averinos, Melissa.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Lafayette, California : Stash Books, [2018]Copyright date: ©2018Description: 111 pages : colour illustrations ; 26 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781617455445; 161745544X.Subject(s): Face in art | Appliqué -- Technique | Textile craftsDDC classification: 746.44/5 Summary: "Melissa walks you through the process step-by step, from a comprehensive lesson on drawing the face, to translating your sketch into fabric, to stabilising the piece with stitching, to incorporating your stylised face into a finished project, whether it's a pillow, tote, shirt, or stretched canvas. Learn how to make a variety of eyes, noses, lips, hair, and face shapes, as well as how to create facial features in just the right proportions. You'll be amazed by how much the final portrait resembles your subject."-- Provided by publisher.
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Discover how to create freeform, raw-edge appliqu#65533; faces using Melissa Averinos' fun, creative process. Melissa walks you through the process step by step, from a comprehensive lesson on drawing faces, to translating your sketch into fabric, to stabilizing the piece with stitching, to incorporating your stylized face into a finished project! Learn how to make a variety of facial features in just the right proportions! Comprehensive lessons on fabric choices, color, and shading.

"Melissa walks you through the process step-by step, from a comprehensive lesson on drawing the face, to translating your sketch into fabric, to stabilising the piece with stitching, to incorporating your stylised face into a finished project, whether it's a pillow, tote, shirt, or stretched canvas. Learn how to make a variety of eyes, noses, lips, hair, and face shapes, as well as how to create facial features in just the right proportions. You'll be amazed by how much the final portrait resembles your subject."-- Provided by publisher.