Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Texture Magic Tuesday/ Fiber Art

On Tuesday's we will be featuring projects made with Texture Magic that have been sent in from our readers.
Our first contributor is Janett Rice from Janett Rice Fiber Art.

Janett has taught 2 classes in Henderson, Nevada using Texture Magic. Her first class was a tote bag from a pattern designed by Annie Unrein.
Janett shared her teaching experience with us: "The students were totally amazed by the Texture Magic. At first they were afraid to steam it, but once they got over their fear they jumped for joy like little children. Each time a student went to the ironing board, the others stopped working and watched. They were continually amazed as each new piece was steamed. It was such a joy to watch."

Janett's second class was an Intermediate level, for those who had taken the first class. She had her students use Texture Magic on a fabric flower design. The flowers were then appliqued to a background fabric. The students' pieces were finished as either a wall hanging or pillow.

"Hawaiian Hibiscus Flower" using Texture Magic by Janett Rice.
Janett added antique lace and real seashells.

"Cosmos Flower" in Sepia tones using Texture Magic by Janett Rice

Janett added glass and copper beads.
Thank you Janett for sharing with us your beautiful work. We look forward to seeing more of your creativity featuring Texture Magic.
*We would love to see your projects made with Texture Magic.
Send pictures and a description of your project to nedra@superiorthreads.com


  1. Awesome! I have been looking forward to seeing projects and the various uses of texture magic! Now I can look forward to new inspiration each week!

  2. Gave my friend money to buy me some TM at the Hershey show and she did...can't wait to get it from her and try something with it!

  3. Ladies here in Alaska have taken Texture Magic and run with it! Anyone who has seen the creativity and skill of Alaska quilters can imagine where it will all end. Wait till you see the garments! I taught one class using Annie's Tote bag pattern, and that was all it took to start the ball rolling. Thanks for the wonderful new product!