Discover ways to add stitch to your mixed-media artwork with the March/April 2016 issue of Cloth Paper Scissors, which has been newly redesigned! Create a sewn garland, make an accordion collage book, and learn how to manipulate fabric with stitch. Also, make faux porcelain jewelry and go on an art journal adventure.
From Jeannine Stein, in the March/April issue:
“Welcome to the new look of Cloth Paper Scissors! We’ve done a little redecorating, and we invite you to take a look around the place, taking in all the details of this exciting experience.
“As you do, rest assured that the great projects, columns, and inspiration that you love are exactly the same, and our commitment to always bring you the best of mixed-media art has not changed.
“This issue is all about the beauty and richness of stitch, and how using it in different ways adds something to artwork that no other medium can. Don’t worry if you’re not a super sewist—these projects can be accomplished by artists of any level. If you’ve never incorporated stitch into your work, this is a great opportunity to dive in and give it a try.”
The issue also features columnist Jane Davenport’s take on new acrylic paints, brand new products for mixed-media artists, and the results of our Mixed-Media Selfies Reader Challenge. Enjoy all this and more in Cloth Paper Scissors: March-April 2016!
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