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Creating a Scrapture from Alan Emery on Vimeo.

In this video, Frances illustrates the critically important skill of free-motion quilting in the final stages of creating a scrapture.

Free motion stipple quilting demo from Alan Emery on Vimeo.

This is a movie about how to make a scrapture – a small art quilt made from scraps of fabric. The movie has some timelapse parts so they appear to move really fast, others are real time. But the movie is all about the art form that Frances is developing.

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  1. Frances, this is awesome. After watching this video I feel I should try this creative form of quilting. Great job. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Wow – Frances – what a great little video. You have done an awesome job on this! Time lapse Video – just gives an amazing view of your design and how it moves through the varying processes. Great job!!!!!
    Can’t wait for you to come to our Guild. :>)

  3. Your new How to Make a Scrapture is wonderful! Seeing is believing and it makes it seem much more possible for someone who has never tried it. You and Alan make a great team – well done!

  4. WOW!!! A great tutorial Frances and what a fantastic job Alan did on the filming.
    I am inspired to finish the workshop piece from many years ago.
    Congratulations on your article in the CQA magazine.

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