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Silk Fusion

 Author: Selk Karen  Category: Film and DVD  Published: 1970  More Info
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Silk Fusion is a unique process that bonds silk fibres into a lustrous kind of “felt” which can be gossamer and transparent or thick and opaque as leather. Eight projects are presented in the DVD each one demonstrating a different technique. Karen talks about silk fibre and shows the complete process of making a piece of flat silk fusion which can later be hand or machine stitched painted printed folded or beaded. 2 hours. Winner of the Aegis Award of Excellence 2002 the Communicator Award of Distinction 2002 the Telly Awards 2003 and the Remi Award 2003!


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