Beginning Mixed Media Sewing
Use your sewing skills to make unique works of art that only you can create. This mini-course answers the question, What is Mixed Media Sewing?, showing you ways to combine your sewing skills with art and scrapbooking techniques to create unique pieces of art.
Expand Your Creative Boundaries
See how art and sewing techniques can live in the same space to become beautiful pieces of art
Why Enroll in the Beginning Mixed Media Sewing Course
- The Mixed Media course is for anyone wanting to have fun creating with supplies, needle, and thread.
- If you want to incorporate art techniques into your stitched projects, this course will get you started.
- This course offers inspiration that expands your creative boundaries for both sewing and art projects.
- Sewists can learn to incorporate art techniques into their sewn projects.
- This beginning course is a great way to dive into mixed media sewing.
You’ll have lifetime access to these lessons so you can learn at your own pace and watch them as often as you like. The step-by-step instructions are just a starting point to expanding your creativity and creating your own unique art pieces.
Mixed Media Video
This mini-course has one 30-minute video that starts at the beginning of the mixed media sewing process, moves through a short trunk show that shows a variety of mixed media projects, and ends with a small project that lets you explore the basic steps of mixed media sewing.
Susan has a life-long love of creating and began to use needle and thread at about 10 years of age. This eventually led to earning a degree in Clothing /Textiles and a Master’s in Design, and then to working for BERNINA in both sales and education. For the 20+ years Susan was at BERNINA, she learned to appreciate the importance of using quality tools, specifically focusing in on the power of presser feet. As the editor of The Big Book of Feet…A Guide to BERNINA Presser Feet and Accessories, Susan is a strong proponent for using specialty presser to help you sew better, faster, and more creatively!
Susan created Sewfeet.com as a way to share all types of sewing with both beginners and experienced stitchers, paying particular attention to presser feet and attachments.