Another year has flown by, and it’s time to list my best of 2022 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 page.
This year it was pretty slim pickings on this blog for tutorials. I seemed to have lost my muse until midyear. Not sure what happened, and hopefully she’s back to stay.
I absolutely love the results of the fabric where I printed with natural wood Excelsior.
I also liked using the transparent extender on fabric.
Tone-on-tone stenciling was another one of those surface design techniques I will do more of. See the tutorial here.
Using the blending brushes on fabric gave me some interesting results.
Getting started with hearts where I used some of my free motion pieces was fun, and I’m including it in here even though it’s not much of a tutorial.
From my site stats, Making cheesecloth word skins, which I wrote in 2021, was the most popular post from my readers this year.
If you are interested in playing with cheesecloth, this year I had a tutorial on using stencils with the fabric. Here is my cheesecloth skins with stencils.
The second popular post with readers was Printing with Leaves from 2016. I have more current leaf printing posts on my Leaf Printing tutorial tab at the top of the page.
This year I also made some video tutorials on my You Tube channel. I hope to do more of those in 2023. If you’ve not checked it out yet, here is the link to my channel.
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.
As always, thanks for dropping by.
I love, love, love your techniques, especially printing with the wood and the tone-on-tone stenciling. I’m glad your muse came back!
Sherrie, Thanks. I’m glad too. She was gone for way too long!
Thank you very much for your tutorials. It’s something new for me.
Ghislaine, You are so welcome. And thanks for dropping by my blog.