More Results From Our Mixed-Media Apron Reader Challenge

Inspired by the unique aprons created by Julie Fei-Fan Balzer (Cloth Paper Scissors, May/June 2015) and Kari McKnight Holbrook (Zen Doodle Workshop, Summer 2015) we invited our readers to design their own mixed-media aprons. We received so many aprons we loved (and would be thrilled to wear), we couldn’t fit them all in the July/August issue of Cloth Paper Scissors.

Click here to see more of the wonderful aprons from our challenge.

Fabric art at ClothPaperScissors.com

As seen in Cloth Paper Scissors (July/August 2016)

Above, left: Penny Bennington • Litchfield, ME

“I used acrylic paint, India ink with a dip pen, a carbon ink pen, a white Sharpie® marker, a Stabilo® All pencil, a hand-cut stencil, and several found objects as stamps.”

Above, right: Rosene Anderson • Rockford, IL

“I painted the bird with acrylic paint on a canvas-type apron. The embroidery threads reminded me of paint drips. The thistle puffs are made with thread, and I added an embellishment for the seed.”

Categories

Art to Wear, Blog, Fabric Art, Mixed-Media Techniques
Cherie Dawn Haas, Senior Online Editor

About Cherie Dawn Haas, Senior Online Editor

I'm passionate about the arts and thrive on connecting artists with resources that inform and inspire. Senior Online Editor of ClothPaperScissors.com and ArtistsNetwork. Author of the novel "Girl on Fire."

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