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Ongoing Course, Open to Everyone

Description: I made this course after my course Playing with Synthetic Organza because I could not stop playing. This is a separate course but you can also take this course as an addition after Playing with Synthetic Organza. I introduce in this course new projects, new materials, new patterns and new techniques. All patterns and videos are downloadable for your own use so you can play whenever you want.
Media Category: Fiber Art
Course Type: Self-directed (refer to the FAQ page for full descriptions of each course type)
Course Format: Technique
Course Begins: Ongoing, open to Everyone
Course Duration: As long as you like

What will Students learn?
Students will learn several step by step projects, but also techniques to develop their own projects.
Instructor/Students interaction: Answer questions via emails, Private Facebook Group
Skill Level: All levels welcome
Required skill(s): No special skills required.

Supplies and tools: See full supply list MVerhelst-material-list-synthetics.pdf
Downloads: Videos, patterns

Course Kit is available! You also can order a complete kit with almost all materials included (optional). EMAIL MARLAINE

Course Curriculum

    1. Welcome video

    2. Materials for More Playing with Synthetics

    3. Info on Organza kit

    4. basic pattern collar A4

    5. basic pattern collar Letter format

    6. patterns leaf feather A4

    7. patterns leaf feather letter format

    1. Pretty leaves

    2. Layered flower grey/ blue

    3. Bonus necklace

    4. Layered flower pink

    5. Layered flower orange

    6. Precious earrings

    7. Collars

    8. Waterdrops, multi use object

    9. Landscape, multi-use object

    10. Fine feathers

    1. Goodbye

About this course

  • $49.00
  • 18 lessons
  • 1 hour of video content


Marlaine Verhelst

Hand sculpted Porcelain - Air Dry Clay - Textiles

Marlaine Verhelst works and teaches in several mediums. Mostly her pieces are sculpted directly of porcelain, but also in air dry clay. Sculpting and painting are Marlaine’s favorite aspects of the process of creating a doll. Her dolls are human with a fantasy touch. “Less is more” is her maxim for the final result. Textiles are her other love. She works as a guide and teacher in a Museum of Textiles in her hometown. Marlaine is a proud NIADA artist member since 1999 and has a lot of experience in teaching, online and in person. She is looking forward to meeting you!

VISIT: Marlaine Verhelst Portfolio