Paint & Stitch Sisters

Red Lory Bird – New Paint and Stitch Project
Have fun painting the Red Lory Bird, and then free motion stitching with decorative threads! The finished size is 8″ x 8″, mounted on stretcher bars with a hanger, ready to display on the wall.

Red Lory Bird

January 7, 2016 10:00am – 4:00pm
MOORE’S SEWING CENTER
591 N. McKinley St. #105
Corona, CA 92879 (map)
951-736-5457

February 20, 2016 10:00am – 4:00pm
MONICA’S QUILT & BEAD CREATION
77780 Country Club Drive
Palm Desert, CA 92211 (map)
760-772-2400

February 27, 2016 9:30am – 4:00pm
POLLARD’S SEW CREATIVE
1008 E. Route 66
Glendora, CA 91740 (map)
626-335-2770

 

 

If you belong to a sewing guild or shop at a sewing center, please tell them to contact Lee Fletcher for information about having this project in your area.

Happy Sewing!

AliceLeggett1x1Alice Leggett
First, Alice will teach you how to paint on fabric (the outline of her design is pre-printed on the fabric) using acrylic paint, and how to mix paints to create any color.

Alice Leggett started sewing and drawing as a child. She studied fine art through college, and worked as a graphic artist for many years, including producing the illustrations and typesetting for Pat-e-Patterns. Portrait painting has always been her passion, and in 1990, she founded Leggett Portraits. She teaches oil painting in Costa Mesa, and paints commissioned oil portraits and seascapes along the California coast.

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FletcherHeadShotLee Fletcher
Then, Lee will teach you how to add texture and dimension with free motion stitching. You will learn how to manage difficult thread in your machine to achieve amazing results. Your finished project will be mounted on 8”x8” stretcher bars, ready to hang on the wall.

Lee Fletcher has been sewing as long as she can remember. Alice and Lee’s mother was a seamstress and artist, and nurtured both of their interests in sewing and art. Lee excelled with the sewing. Her wallet pattern was self-published for the sewing industry, and was added to the Butterick Catalog in 1983. The Quilter’s Wallet was reintroduced in 2001 under the Pat-e-Patterns name for the quilting industry. In 2007 she became a Freelance Sulky National Educator, sharing the wealth of information accumulated over the years.

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