Another year has flown by, and it’s time to list my best of 2020 tutorials. In case you missed any of them, I’ve included links to tutorials above the pictures. You also can find all of my tutorials under the Tutorials tab at the top of the website page.
I started the year with Printing Photos on Fabric. There are several ways to do this. This way has become my favorite.
Making appliques from stamped images was a great way to incorporate those rubber stamps into our fabric art.
I really need to do more of this – reverse applique with four fabrics. It was so much fun. Then I printed them out on fabric, and added them to cards.
Playing with Lutradur is something I’ve wanted to do for a long time. And of course, I had to make leaves!
And I loved making these greeting cards from scraps! They are so addicting.
I also had to include the printing with more found objects. I even included a video with the post, something I always plan to do, but never get around to it.
From my site stats, this is again the most popular for this year – Sun Printing Fabric with Dye-na-Flow. I wrote this back in 2012. When I see this popularity, I think I should really update this post. If you are interested in sun printing, I have several tutorials that are more current on my Sun Printing tutorial page.
I really like being able to look at my stats and see what my readers are reading. If you are interested in other tutorials, go to the top of the page to the Tutorials tab. The drop down menu will show all of the categories of tutorials on this site. Choose a category, and you’ll see all of the ones in that category (unless I forgot to list it!!).
If you’d like to see other “Best of 2020” check out Meadow Mist Designs Best of Linky Party.
You have undertaken a variety of techniques. Well done and thank you for pointing us to the tutorials. I will check them out.
It’s always fun to see what interested our readers the most, isn’t it?! I look forward to another year watching your adventures unfold.
Such fabulous tutorials, I am going to check all of the out right now. Have a wonderful 2021 and thanks for linking up to the Best of!
What a great post, Lynda. It’s inspired me to do some printing with found objects, which I haven’t done in years. And after reading your post about printing with full-size labels I ordered some and can’t wait to get started.
You find the most fun projects. It’s always a joy to visit you and see what your up to!
You have a lot of fun and interesting projects! I look forward to browsing through your tutorials!
Gail Sheppard recently posted..The Best of 2020
What a marvelous assortment of crafts and projects!!
I love your tutorials and have bookmarked so many of them! Thank you for so generously sharing your time and knowledge!
Lots of fun techniques at play this year! I bookmarked your sunprinting post for future reference as I hope to experiment with more surface design in 2021!! Thank you!
thank you for the tutorials from Irene in Northern Ireland
Karen, Thank you! Thanks for dropping by.
Luann, Thanks! I always enjoy seeing what you are creating too! Happy New Year!
Cheryl, Thank you for your kind words. Thank you for your linky party! Happy New Year!
So glad I’ve inspired you to do some found objects printing. So much fun. Looking forward to seeing what you create.
Joan, Thanks! And thank you for that sweet comment. Happy New Year!
Gail, Thanks! I’ve gotten to the point that I need to settle down on a few techniques, but then others call me so not sure that will ever happen. Thanks so much for dropping by and commenting.
Dawn, Thanks! And thanks for dropping by.
Laura, Thank you! I do love sharing, and if I can do it, anyone can! Thanks again for dropping by and your kind words.
Hey Mel, Great! Love your work! I need to work on my free motion. Love your videos. Thanks for dropping by.
Hi Irene, Thank you for dropping by from Ireland! Happy New Year!
I really like your artistic soul!
I wish you great projects in New Year 2021, regards from England
Malgorzata, Thank you! I love your art! Thanks for dropping by and commenting.