Let Them Eat Cake Heat & Transform
Marie Antoinette style wig is a fun project introducing students to the basics of making a historical style/fantasy wig using thermal set fabric Fosshape® a felt-like synthetic fabric that when heated is activated and stiffens to hold its form.
All that Jazz Heat & Transform
Learn millinery skills to create a 1920s Cloche, using thermal set fabric Fosshape® a felt-like synthetic fabric that when heated is activated and stiffens to hold its form. Use a simple kitchen tool to create floral trims to embellish your hat.
Into the Forrest Heat & Transform
Designed to create confidence with the use of thermal set fabric Fosshape® when heated is activated and stiffens to hold its shape. Learn additional techniques to free form mushrooms, organic shaped foliage and a blue birds nest to trim the hat.
The Evolution of a Personal Style: an Artist’s Path to an Individual Way of Working
Enjoy an illustrated lecture presenting ideas to help artists find their own unique voice. Shelley shares insights discovered on her own artistic path and offers thought-provoking worksheets to help you discover who you are as a creative force.
Fabric Bead Embellishments
Step by step color images and descriptions are provided in 4 PDFs. Learn to use small bits of fabric to adapt commercial items such as metal bead caps and acorn tops to develop a variety of shapes and sizes of fabric beads.
Making Faces, facial expressions
You already have some experience as a sculptor or a doll maker but you are struggling with the expressions of your dolls. Marlaine shows you how to make a happy face, an angry face, an arrogant face and a surprised face in air dry clay.