Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Fanciful Duck from Fabric Scraps



Some years ago I created a duck form that I made by molding an aluminum foil base and covering it with stucco.  I had thought of painting it.  Instead, I cut shapes from remnants of fused fabric and used a mini iron from Clover Needlecraft, Inc. to attach the snippets of fabric to the base.  After completely covering the duck form, I sandwiched batting between two pieces of blue, moiré fabric with one end slightly gathered to suggest moving water on which to sit the duct form.
Clover Needlecraft, Inc Mini Iron

Close-Up of Feather Shapes from the Side

Close-Up of Feather Shapes from the Top



Completed Duck

Completed Duck Form on Blue Moiré to Suggest Water


Top View to Illustrate Suggestion of Water Movement
 Thanks for dropping in to visit.  See you again, soon.
Always remember, never fear to experiment.  
Sometimes wonderful things happen.
© Linda Friedman 2018.  All rights reserved

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