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Eclectic Elements Fabric by Tim Holtz

Eclectic Elements Fabric

A while back I was asked by Paula Cheney , Creative Coordinator for Tim Holtz brands, to create a design using the new Eclectic Elements fabrics presented by Coats .   I love the fabrics, and was so excited to create with them.  I decided to make a wallhanging using fat quarters of as many of the  fabric designs that I could.  It was so fun working with the fabrics, creating a patchwork collage.   Tim’s fabric line has many fabrics with writing or script , which I LOVE.  And the butterflies and watch faces…!  My wallhanging was displayed in the Coats/Eclectic Elements  booth at Fall Quilt Market  in Houston 2013.

Swatch chart of designs

Swatch chart of Eclectic Elements

Wallhanging by Rebekah Meier

Wallhanging by Rebekah Meier

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I used Steam-A-Seam 2 to make the butterflies dimensional

Fall Quilt Market Eclectic Elements Booth  2013

Fall Quilt Market, Eclectic Elements Booth 2013

About rebekahmeier

I am a mixed media deisgner, author, fiber artist, teacher, and design consultant within the art and craft industry. I have authored 5 books. My passion is collage and mixed media with a focus on including fiber and fabric in my artwork and pushing the limits whenever possible.

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  1. What a great wallhanging, I wish I had known that was your wallhanging, I could’ve taken a close up shot in the booth. I loved Tim’s fabrics! And the booth was awesome! Congratulations on the project!

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