Thursday, May 05, 2011

packing and prepping to teach



menatra said...

I was just curious to what it is that you are making? Do you buy white cotton material and then paint it for something? What type of paint do you use? It looks beautiful, just wondering what it is.

Julia said...

those fabrics look definitely yummy, I was wondering about the same thing as menatra. what colors do you use (i know it must be acrylic, but what brand?). I'd love to design and paint my own fabrics and make dresses out of them. do you have any suggestions how I could accomplish that? any workshops or tutorials of yours you could lead me to? and can you wash those painted farbics in a normal way, cause I heard, acrylics are colorfast, but I haven't tried it yet.

love your posts as always <3

Jane LaFazio said...

yummy stuff! you're ahead of me with the packing thing! see you at CREATE in Costa Mesa...SOON!

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Bree mcconnell said...

Im so excited to take your class i cant stand it!!! Only a few more days!!!!!

Ruth said...

I wish I was going to be there. I would love to attend your class. So exciting. Your fabric is amazing.


kass said...

That first photo has me fascinated - details please Ms Burke!!

gottahavemoxie said...

Can't wait to see what you have in store for us at Inspired. This looks like fun! Can't wait to meet you. Your blog is totally inspiring!

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Clare said...

Hello there - your work is freedom, - you can put any colour together and it looks juicy, vibrant and crazy all at the same time - your blog is always thoughtful inspiration - thank you for all the hard work you put into it

Kelli said...

I'm going to be a TA and I'm dying to be helping out in your class :) I love you stuff and am completely INSPIRED already :)

Kwiltsfl said...

Yes - I'm trying to figure out the first photo, as well. Is it plastic tucked down into the cups of a disposable aluminum muffin pan? Love your fabrics!


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