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Monday, January 31, 2011

Great Examples of How to Use Shibori Fabrics

I love the shibori fabrics we all have made, but I was at a loss as to how I might use mine. A friend recommended this site to me. There are GORGEOUS quilts made from GORGEOUS shibori fabrics. Check out Jan Myers-Newberry's work at her website. (http://www.janmyersnewbury.com/) Click on "Portfolio" at the bottom of the page. Wow!


  1. In June she's teaching some workshops here in North Carolina at the statewide Quilt Symposium--I signed up for one of her classes in mid-January, but won't find out until March 1st whether or not I got into it. Sure hope I do!

  2. Absolutely fabulous site! Thanks for sharing, Beth.


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