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Saturday, February 4, 2017

Mini Concertina Video, Part Two




so dear hearts...
I thought you might want to see
this second video..



Garden Concertinas




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9 comments:

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I had to go to my friend Sally's to see your video, but it was worth it. I loved watching your process. It was fabulous. What kind of tape did you use to affix the squares together before you sewed them? Thanks for sharing this and I look forward to seeing your studio next week, too.

Susan said...

Loved this..thank you for sharing with us...I love your work find it very inspiring. I am definitely going to try this.

Dorthe said...

Thank you, again for sharing your way of creating the beautiful concertina , and for seeing , lovely you, again.
Hugs ,Dorthe

Squirrel66 said...

Thank you for sharing these tutorials with us. Your books are delightful.
I wasn't quite clear from the first video - did you sew each sheet of the concertina separately, or did you sew across from one sheet to the next? If separately, is the purpose to adhere the net more securely to make the hinge stronger?
Gill

Caterina Giglio said...

Hi E, I used some old netting to glue the squares together, but you could use any kind of sheer ribbon, so happy you enjoyed it and so happy you got to see it!! x

Caterina Giglio said...

Hi Susan, thanks so much for your comment, it means so much to know that you found it inspirational and want to try it! woohoo!

Caterina Giglio said...

Oh Dorthe, dear you are too kind! Thank you so much!! xoxo

Caterina Giglio said...

Hi Gill, yes the purpose is to secure the netting or ribbon more securely to the substrate. I stitched each one, so eight times. Thanks for watching! :)

Sonia said...

I am enjoying your videos and this particular one started me experimenting. I have put some images on my blog and provided a link to your site. Many thanks for the ideas.
www.paperpaintandprint.blogspot.co.uk