Wilma of Empress Wu Designs explains four fiber-art techniques that you’ll want to add to your repertoire. They’re all enticing, but the one I want to try first is a fusing technique. Wilma says,
If you like working with sheer fabrics, then this is the technique for you. It is very simple – layers of organza, fused together by making “marks” with a soldering iron. The Dryandra flower is created from five layers of organza, soldered /fused together and free form over stitched , with frayed edges.
By Denise Felton