Stitch Resist Reconsidered
In Stitch Resist Reconsidered, Ana Lisa Hedstrom presents a variety of ways to create exciting, multi-dimensional stitch-resist patterns and pleats for art clothing, quilts, and art textiles. In the first workshop, Ana Lisa demonstrates hand-stitching methods and techniques to achieve successful designs on a variety of fabrics. In the second workshop, she incorporates the sewing machine and smocking pleater to produce contemporary machine-aided adaptations of stitch-resist.
- Nui shibori
- Orinui shibori
- More Stitches
- Katano History & Hand Stitching
- Examples from Africa
- Working with a Sewing Machine
- More Folding & Stitching
- Unusual Fabrics & Experimental Techniques
- Pleater Setup & Basics
- Suitable Fabrics & Knotting
- Variations & Pleats
- Stitched Shapes & Moiré
- Decorative Threads: Ribbons & Flowers
Produced by Studio Galli; 2012. 2 discs; 4:3 aspect; 150 minutes; worldwide play; English audio.
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