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 Form on Blue Moiré to Suggest Water|
|Top View to Illustrate Suggestion of Water Movement|
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Always remember, never fear to experiment.
Sometimes wonderful things happen.
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