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Courses

The application deadline for our workshops is 23 September 2022!

Please take note of the conditions and organizational matters concerning the different workshops.

+ Courses on Friday, 07 October 2022
+ Monika Schiwy-Jessen
3

Figurative quilting

kurse/709.jpg How do I get figures like people or animals, things or whole scenes on the fabric?
In this course I will show you how to get motifs quilted on the fabric in a simple way.
The course is also a good practice opportunity for free motion quilting.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 13

Level of difficulty: for all

Material: You will receive the material list by e-mail after the binding course registration.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 14:00 - 17:00

Fee: 70.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT Friedrichshafen 2022)

QUESTIONS

+ Lisa Hofmann-Maurer
3

INSET CIRCLES AND OVAL SHAPES

kurse/717.jpg In this class Lisa Hofmann-Maurer will teach you how to sew curved shapes with your sewing machine! I will show you how to piece circles and curved shapes, which will give you the possibility to freely piece shapes in your quilts! All shapes are pieced and not appliquéed. I
will show you different ways to implement this technique by overlapping shapes or setting a circle in a circle to inspire your next project.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 12

Level of difficulty: beginner and advanced

Material: You will receive the material list by e-mail after binding registration.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 13:30 - 16:30

Fee: 80.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT Friedrichshafen 2022)

QUESTIONS

+ Claudia Nimmrichter
Fabric portraits

kurse/718.jpg I will show you how to take a photo of a person or an animal and turn it into a fabric portrait in just a few hours.
portrait made of fabric. Each of you will create his individual portrait.
We will start by editing the photo on the computer. For example, we edit the contrasts,
sharpness, cropping and tonal values. In the course we will do this on the basis of a
example photo. Please send me in advance of the course your desired image(s) via e-mail
so that I can edit it and coordinate it with you.
Then we print out the edited photo and you begin to cut the fabric in the individual
color steps and build up the portrait. In the process I will give you numerous tips on the
materials and tools and why these and not others should be used.
to be used.
After that we will talk about the different ways to finish the portrait, such as
quilting and or pulling onto a frame. You will then complete this step at your leisure at home.
at home.
Finally, I will give you tips on making larger or multi-colored portraits.

You don't need to bring a sewing machine to the class, but a good mood and a sense of humor will be good
companions for the day.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 15

Level of difficulty: beginner

Material: You will receive the material list by e-mail after binding registration.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 09:30 - 17:30

Fee: 95.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT Friedrichshafen 2022)

QUESTIONS

+ Gundi Kelley-Delisio
4

IMPATIENS – Paper Piecing using the method of Judy Niemeyer

kurse/729.jpg In the course, the special “sewing on paper method” is taught using the example of either a flower or a leaf, which is ideal as a table decoration. The material package must be purchased in the course (€25,00). It includes the paper template and the fabric for the front and binding. On the course day different color variations are available for both projects.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 12

Level of difficulty: Beginner with sewing experience on a sewing machine

Material: You will receive the material list by e-mail after the binding course registration.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 13:30 - 17:30

Fee: 70.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT Friedrichshafen 2022)

QUESTIONS

+ Courses on Saturday, 08 October 2022
+ Anne Lisbet Guldahl
Cubes

kurse/704.jpg We will cut several rhombuses using a basic ruler or the Super Sidekick Ruler from Jaybird Quilts before forming these into cubes. The rhombuses and cubes are sewn together using an easy Y-seam method in chain-piecing technique.
In this way, using three to five different fabrics in light, medium and dark colours, a thicker batting and a straight-line geometric quilt pattern we achieve a cool 3D-effect.
The cube-blocks can be combined info different patterns to be used for pillowcases or blankets/bedspreads.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 12

Level of difficulty: Intermediate

Material: You will receive the material list by e-mail after binding registration.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 09:30 - 17:00

Fee: 95.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT Friedrichshafen 2022)

QUESTIONS

+ DalinSali - Christine Küchel
Strip quilting without end

kurse/706.jpg Patchwork blocks are often joined on a quilt with strips or finished with border strips. Often these are quilted only in the seam shadow or a foot wide next to the seam. But there is no reason at all to neglect them so "criminally". In this class we will explore different ways to free-motion quilt all kinds of stripes.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 10

Level of difficulty: The course is suitable for beginners who have mastered the basics of sewing. Even experienced sewers, can gain many new insights and learn skills here. That you can free-motion quilting is not a prerequisite.

Material: Sewing machines and yarns are available free of charge for each participant. You will receive the material list by e-mail after binding registration.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 09:30 - 14:30

Fee: 80.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT Friedrichshafen 2022)

QUESTIONS

+ Rosemarie Vetter
4

Making twine buttons yourself

kurse/711.jpg Twist buttons were already used in grandmother's time to close bed linen. Unfortunately, they are now rarely found on old linen.
With twist buttons, cotton yarn or linen yarn is whipped onto rings and the thread braid is secured in a variety of ways.
Twist buttons are interesting decorative pieces for quilts, garments, bags, jewelry, etc.
In this class we will learn the technique and make one or more twisted buttons in our own favorite color.


Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 12

Level of difficulty: beginner

Material: The material for the entire course will be provided, there will be a contribution towards expenses of 5 €.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 09:00 - 13:00

Fee: 70.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT Friedrichshafen 2022)

QUESTIONS

+ Claudia Nimmrichter
Fabric portraits

kurse/719.jpg I will show you how to take a photo of a person or an animal and turn it into a fabric portrait in just a few hours.
portrait made of fabric. Each of you will create his individual portrait.
We will start by editing the photo on the computer. For example, we edit the contrasts,
sharpness, cropping and tonal values. In the course we will do this on the basis of a
example photo. Please send me in advance of the course your desired image(s) via e-mail
so that I can edit it and coordinate it with you.
Then we print out the edited photo and you begin to cut the fabric in the individual
color steps and build up the portrait. In the process I will give you numerous tips on the
materials and tools and why these and not others should be used.
to be used.
After that we will talk about the different ways to finish the portrait, such as
quilting and or pulling onto a frame. You will then complete this step at your leisure at home.
at home.
Finally, I will give you tips on making larger or multi-colored portraits.

You don't need to bring a sewing machine to the class, but a good mood and a sense of humor will be good
companions for the day.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 15

Level of difficulty: beginner

Material: You will receive the material list by e-mail after binding registration.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 09:30 - 17:30

Fee: 95.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT Friedrichshafen 2022)

QUESTIONS

+ Cansu Deniz-Öztürk

Practical baskets crochet with textile yarn

kurse/721.jpg In this course we crochet 2 beautiful baskets in different patterns from textile yarn. The baskets not only look decorative, but also keep things tidy, no matter where you use them.

You only need to bring 7 and 8 mm crochet hooks. Rest of the materials will be provided free of charge.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 15

Level of difficulty: Beginner and advanced

Material: You only need to bring 7 and 8 mm crochet hooks. Rest of the materials will be provided free of charge.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 14:00 - 16:30

Fee: 40.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT Friedrichshafen 2022)

QUESTIONS

+ Courses on Sunday, 09 October 2022
+ Anne Lisbet Guldahl
Nordic Design

kurse/705.jpg Design your own Nordic Quilt in 3 steps?
A typical Norwegian knit sweater is designed using several two- and three colored pattern borders. Inspired by these patterns, I have made some very easy patchwork-blocks for you, from which you may choose and sew together for your own Nordic Design quilt.
All blocks und pattern borders consist of stripes, squares and triangles which are easily cut and sewn together in chain-piecing technique. Thus, a larger quilt can be finished in manageable time. The pattern borders may also be used for smaller quilts like baby blankets, table runners and pillowcases. This requires a of the scale used for the blocks. In this context, I will give you some tips how to easily calculate sizes inclusive and exclusive seam allowances.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 15

Level of difficulty: Intermediate

Material: You will receive the material list by e-mail after binding registration.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 09:30 - 16:00

Fee: 95.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT Friedrichshafen 2022)

QUESTIONS

+ DalinSali - Christine Küchel
3

Schiefkrummhausen: Sewing on paper

kurse/707.jpg In the course we will explore the wonderful world of sewing on paper. The so-called FPP technique (Foundation Paper Piecing) is great for sewing exactly. But because it is more fun to sew crooked, you may try the templates from Schiefkrummhausen. This is my little self-created village, which convinces with its crooked charm. You will then get access to one of the nine SHA groups and their templates.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 10

Level of difficulty: The course is suitable for beginners who have mastered the basics of sewing. Even experienced sewers, can gain a lot of new insights and learn skills.

Material: Sewing machines and yarns are available free of charge for each participant. You will receive the material list by e-mail after binding registration.

Sewing machine: is not required

Time: 09:30 - 12:30

Fee: 70.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT Friedrichshafen 2022)

QUESTIONS

+ Klara flickenreich
3

flowering snowball - how to create pattern and quilt

kurse/722.jpg You will learn step by step how to draw the pattern of the traditional block "flowering snowball" without a special ruler. We will implement tips for sewing curves and create blocks that can be used at home to make potholders, cushions or a quilt.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 10

Level of difficulty: Advanced

Material: You will receive the material list by e-mail after binding registration.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 09:30 - 12:30

Fee: 75.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT Friedrichshafen 2022)

QUESTIONS

+ Isabelle Wiessler

Autumn leaves

kurse/728.jpg First step is to make the leaves out of nylon organza snippet and then stich them in a nice form in free embroidery. Then they will be zapped with an embossing tool, as you want them to look like.
Just wait and see! This is a lot of fun and you will also be able to make a lot of other shapes, for example mussels, trees…
We will also learn how to make nice stitched strings out of wire or wool and how to create a nice background for our leaves.

Language: GERMAN

Max. attendance: 14

Level of difficulty: all levels

Material: You will receive the material list by e-mail after binding registration.

Sewing machine: is required

Time: 09:30 - 13:00

Fee: 80.00 €

(Course fee inclusive VAT and 1 course day ticket for the NADELWELT Friedrichshafen 2022)

QUESTIONS

Exhibitions
+ Isabelle Wiessler: Fragment of space
Isabelle Wiessler

ausstellungen/kl/ID1.jpg Isabelle Wiessler likes to draw inspiration from her nearby surroundings. It is often the small details that her eyes perceive. But it can also be an atmosphere, a mood, a radiance that she captures in her artistic work to touch the viewer.


+ Anke B. Calzada: PASACANA
Anke B. Calzada

ausstellungen/kl/ID2.jpg Walking through life with curiosity, a wide heart and open eyes, you can meet
wonderful people and discover fascinating things. Quilt designer Anke Barbara Calzada, a Munich native and passionate global citizen, captures her personal reflections, sentiments and travel experiences in modern-minimalist quilts and decorative home accessories.
She is not only drawn to the bustling life of world metropolises, but also enjoys the tranquility and beauty of remote natural landscapes. Historic ornaments and the play of colors of traditional folk art inspire her just as much as urban architecture, modern abstract art and the fabulous world of geometric shapes.
Her sustainable textile living accessories and wall art, harmoniously composed in restrained natural colorways from rustic linen and fine cotton fabrics, convey a sense of tranquility, warmth and comfort, bringing a modern yet down-to-earth coziness and serenity to your home.


+ Elisabeth Nacenta de la Croix: TIDES OR MOMENT OF LIFE
Elisabeth Nacenta de la Croix

ausstellungen/kl/ID3.jpg The tides are like strata of moment of life; up and downs, calm or violent but inevitable. You
cannot stop them. The water will go up at a certain time and down at an other. The schedule
is unchanging, just the hours. It is like the passing of time.


+ Rosemarie Vetter - die weissen Frauen: A new life for treasures from grandma's linen chest
Rosemarie Vetter - die weissen Frauen

ausstellungen/kl/ID4.jpg Our white linen quilts were inspired by the creativity of the American settlers of the 19th century. Back then, even the smallest fabric patches were selvaged from otherwise torn clothing and reassembled to make quilts for bedding. In the course of time, the women developed great creativity by inventing ever new patterns.

Today, we can choose from an abundance of new fabrics, there is no scarcity. But we made it our goal to rescue worthy vintage fabrics from being trashed or dumped.

Much of our mother's or grandmother's linen is still kept in closets and hopechests, some of it untouched, some almost treadbare. Little is still used, but all of it deserves to be cherished.

Our quilts are composed of materials we have been gathering for years: old lace, embellished buttons, handkerchiefs, ribbons, doilies and lace collars, monograms and many types of linen.

Our passion for collecting and sewing knows no boundaries.


+ Karin Fetz: Symbols
Karin Fetz

ausstellungen/kl/ID5.jpg We use many signs and images in everyday life. Some are clearly defined in their message, others are not. Especially in art, myth or religion, their meaning often exceeds the rational level and they usually have a special relevance for the user besides a cultural message. Of course, they can also appeal simply in form, color scheme or statement. That is up to the viewer.


+ Klara flickenreich: Traditional patchwork - from a block to a quilt design
Klara flickenreich

ausstellungen/kl/ID6.jpg In the wide field of patchwork techniques, this exhibition features quilts that have been traditionally constructed. Starting with a block, the patchwork top is created, which could be broken up by sashings and supplemented by borders. All quilts shown are based on geometric shapes, a lot of calculation work and precise execution.
With her quilts in all colors, Klara flickenreich shows that traditional patchwork is by no means old-fashioned. She interprets designs by well-known quilters, sometimes on a small scale, and creates quilts starting from her block design. See for yourself: Depending on the size and choice of fabric, the same design looks completely different!


+ DalinSali : Slope-Bevelham
DalinSali

ausstellungen/kl/ID7.jpg It started as a small village with a few houses in June 2020! It got a name: "Schiefkrummhausen" or in English: “Slope-Bevelham”! Little by little, several districts were added with over 200 templates for sewing on paper (FPP)! The different subject areas are divided as follows: Premium Village, Wildlife, Technology, Maritime, Christmas, Fairy Tales, Professionals and Reception. Schiefkrummhausen now has over 300 diligent fellow citizens, who are all sewing their own village! Sometimes a little bigger, sometimes a little smaller. Whether crawling blankets, wall hangings or pillow cases, the blocks adapt flexibly to the desired project! This exhibition is so colourful and different because it comes from enthusiastic fellow citizens. Immerse yourself in this sloped and bevelled world and let yourself be enchanted! Maybe you can see which blocks fit into which subject area!


+ patCHquilt - Vereinigung Schweizer Quilter: Dreams Come True
patCHquilt - Vereinigung Schweizer Quilter

Art Challenge 2022 Swiss Quilters Association

With pride "patCHquilt - Swiss Quilters Association" presents
at the Nadelwelt 2022 in Friedrichshafen the works from the Art Challenge 2022, created by members of the Swiss Patchwork Association, inspired by the motion design "DREAMS COME TRUE" by artist Michaël Cailloux. These works will be displayed on frames to highlight the content.
Michaël Cailloux was artistic director at the École Superieure d'Art Conte in Paris. Today he designs textiles, engravings, sculptures, wallpapers and interior decorations.


+ Deutsche Stickgilde e.V.: A Creative Way With Needlework – from traditional Design to Experimentals
Deutsche Stickgilde e.V.

ausstellungen/kl/ID9.jpg My advanced training in the textile sector, in particular the training in hand embroidery at ISTA, has led me from traditional canvaswork to the various techniques such as goldwork, whitework, blackwork, stumpwork to the composition of my own creations. An incredibly exciting path with colors, shapes, design and stitches!
The variety of different techniques fascinates me again and again and to this day I can not clearly define for myself whether I like more traditional or contemporary works. I like to do very delicate stitching fine and filigree or tone in tone in traditional techniques, but on the other hand also free combinations full of textile structures with unusual materials and color combinations.
As a result, there are a large number of completely different works to discover at my exhibition .


+ art-kreativbox: Needle painting
art-kreativbox

ausstellungen/kl/ID10.jpg Originally from the Far East , needle painting is an art embroidery technique using silk thread, the first traces of which date back to the Zhou Dynasty in Jiangsu Province in China (771 years BC). It was developed especially during the Ming and Qing dynasties for the decoration of imperial clothing.
My goal is to create unique portraits, spaces and landscapes through needle painting.
o My portraits are worked on various substrates, such as canvas, fleece or backpack fabric. There is a real person behind each portrait.

A cycle is presented by two actors who in the first phase of Corona time on Instagram have kept a diary, so to speak, in which they have shown facial expressions and performing art in small frequencies. I picked out a few fractions of a second and implemented them.
o The topic of spaces is exciting for me. So I wrote to some artists to send me a photo of their studio.

In my current needle painting activity, a practical space is being created - the kitchen.
o The theme of landscape covers a few areas. So you can interpret the city into it, the landscape itself or a part of the landscape. In my presentation, a part of the UNESCO World Heritage is shown the city of Goslar in the beautiful Harz Mountains. With its small alleys very worth seeing and enriching.


+ Konnie Keller: FORESTPIECES
Konnie Keller

ausstellungen/kl/ID11.jpg Crochet Objects – Mixed-Media: wool, synthetic thread, hemp, wire – 2022

With my series of WALDSTÜCKE I want to honor the forest. These wooly wood pieces are a crochet art statement for the conservation of our wood lands.

Not only is the forest our largest ecological system, it is the green lung of our planet. It is absolutely essential to clean the air and to tie down CO2. We need it to survive.

Using the aesthetic dimension of art, I want to draw attention to the beauty of our forest and the threat the climate change is posing for them. I would like to raise awareness of the fact, that we need our wood lands in good shape as a basis of life, everywhere on earth.

To create an object from crochet only was a challenge. Not only mushrooms but a whole universe of moss, small ground cover plants and mushrooms had to come to life. My crochet objects WALDSTÜCKE simulate pieces of dead wood nourishing mushrooms and plants. It is representing the circle of nature, one is evolving from the other, everything is connected: trees, moss, plants, mushrooms and humans.
The small crochet parts are based on the hyperbolic crochet form, developed by C. und M. Wertheim. This amorphous form can be found in nature everywhere. I adapted it for flora and fungi.


+ Annemiek Stijnen: African Inspiration
Annemiek Stijnen

ausstellungen/kl/ID12.jpg Inspired by Africa, inspiring African embroideries and fabrics, inspiring African designs: all this is combined in this exhibition. The embroideries are Tambani embroideries from South Africa, the fabrics are from Ghaha, Zimbabwe, South Africa and other African countries. Come, visit us and be inspired!


+ Doris Leuenberger & Monika Schiwy-Jessen: Contrast program
Doris Leuenberger & Monika Schiwy-Jessen

ausstellungen/kl/ID13.jpg Starting from sorted out white fabrics, which are printed with black
Color are printed and painted, supplemented with other colors,
papers and transfers, interesting picture stories emerge.
Through the use of the same basic material arise
different and contrasting works in both artists.


+ Frauen in der Einen Welt: Hear the voices of women!
Frauen in der Einen Welt

ausstellungen/kl/ID14.jpg Embroideries from Afghanistan 2005 -2020

The embroideries of Afghan village women from Laghmani, about 70 km from Kabul, were all created in the Guldusi project of the German-Afghan Initiative (DAI) Freiburg.
The project was initiated by Pascale Goldenberg in 2005 and is still accompanied by her today. It took up old embroidery traditions and enables women and girls to earn an income for their families with their embroideries. The embroideries - mostly in the format of 8x8 cm squares - are exported from Guldusi to Europe and are an inspiration for many textile artists and quilters for new creations - connecting two worlds.
The three project villages are inhabited by a majority of Tajik and a smaller number of Pashtun families. The last decades since their return after the great massacres and expulsions of the 1980s, they have been relatively spared direct conflict, yet refugees from other areas have continued to arrive in the villages.
Many of the men are in the military, and the women know from stories the devastating effects of mines, know of executions, and also want education and prospects for their daughters.
The embroiderers develop all their motifs independently. Thousands and thousands of embroideries have been created in the last 16 years. They show the everyday life, the village environment, also wishes and dreams of the women.
Mixed into these cheerful motifs and patterns are always some scenes depicting weapons and war, and denouncing human rights violations.
We have collected these motifs. They are combined with self-portraits of the artists, which were created in a special action of Guldusi. The embroiderers are named only by their first names and are not assigned to individual villages so that they cannot be identified.

An exhibition of Women in One World e.V.
Freyja Filipp, Gaby Franger, Rita Schmidt, in cooperation with Pascale Goldenberg


+ Barbara Weiland: FemalePictures / Stick Art
Barbara Weiland

ausstellungen/kl/ID15.jpg Old paper from the fields of fashion, photography, advertising , film and art combined with traditional needlework. The sense of color and design, attention to detail, enjoyment of fine yarns and wool, strolling through flea markets and looking for beautiful things make my WeibsBilder.


+ Marianne Bender-Chevalley / Patricia Fuentes / Martine Mercier / Sophie Zaugg : arTTex 3
Marianne Bender-Chevalley / Patricia Fuentes / Martine Mercier / Sophie Zaugg

ausstellungen/kl/ID16.jpg arTTex was formed in January 2016. The highlight of our group is the diversity of personalities and lifestyles, the varied sources of inspiration and approaches of creative process.


+ Seika Lee Klein: Bojagi – colorful diary of handsewing
Seika Lee Klein

ausstellungen/kl/ID17.jpg Bojagi are Korean wrapping cloths that can be used to wrap or cover items. I handsewed the patchwork bojagi works in the past years, while adapting to a new culture, giving birth and raising my first child after having left Japan. Thus, my bojagi have become like my diary created through needle and fabrics. Beautiful European nature and the various personal emotions I experience, such as anxiety, hope and happiness, inspire and lead me to create many unique bojagi works including small crafts. I made these works from Korean ramie and silk materials using traditional bojagi sewing techniques with either one or two layers.


+ Grit`s Life & Friends: CHALLENGE - Water in action
Grit`s Life & Friends

ausstellungen/kl/ID18.jpg The theme of "water in motion" offers countless possibilities for implementation and our challenge participants did this perfectly.
(based on the subject area "Construction-Water-Soil" at the Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences Suderburg)

All quilts of the Challenge will be shown at Nadelwelt 2022 in Friedrichshafen!

Jurors:
Hilde van Schaardenburg (NL)
Mari-Carmen Pujante (DE)
Monika Hülsebusch (DE)
Marjan Ruitenberg (NL)


+ Mitmachaktion mit Lisa Hofmann-Maurer: NADELWELT Quilt Project
Mitmachaktion mit Lisa Hofmann-Maurer

ausstellungen/kl/ID19.jpg At Nadelwelt Friedrichshafen, Lisa Hofmann-Maurer from @sewwhatyoulove will be running a participatory quilting project with the fair's participants.

The fair visitors can make quilt blocks on site by applying fabric in a kind of collage. The quilt will then be finished for Nadelwelt Karlsruhe by Lisa Hofmann-Maurer.

The project was inspired by the UNITY Quilt Project (2016, New York) by Canadian quilt artist Libs Elliott.


+ Patchwork Gilde Deutschland e.V.: Ways
Patchwork Gilde Deutschland e.V.

ausstellungen/kl/ID20.jpg Theme of the challenge is „Ways“ in the meaning of all kinds of ways from little paths to highway but also paths of life, planetary orbits, astray.
The Fabric shown above must be visible in the quilt.

This challenge has an exceptional condition: the quilt must include an embroidery of the project „Guldusi“
These are available from the German-Afghan- Initiative www.guldusi.com/stickprojekte.html.


+ Lace Artists 5.0: Fairytale lace
Lace Artists 5.0

ausstellungen/kl/ID21.jpg In this exhibition you will see works in which the lace has been combined with other materials so that its lightness and beauty is preserved. To give the works a unified framework, we chose the theme: fairy tales. Due to its delicacy, lace has an inherent fairytale quality. Fairy tales are a living part of our culture. Perhaps you are one of those people who have a favourite fairy tale that has particularly inspired or influenced you?

Under the name Lace Artists 5.0, a group of 5 lace artists came together in 2021 to challenge and encourage each other. The focus is on our own artistic development. But above all, it is about discovering and developing new ways of expressing modern lace through experimentation and exploration.


+ TeXperiment: Scrap Stories
TeXperiment

ausstellungen/kl/ID22.jpg Is a group of like-minded textile artists from different places in Baden-Württemberg. We have come together to work on a theme. Our artistic styles are different, but we share a love of textile art, unusual materials and techniques, a desire to learn and experiment, and above all to exchange ideas and grow.
The current project, "Scrap Stories", is about metal and textile materials. Extensive brainstorming was followed by visits to a scrap yard and examination of the treasures found. From this rich trove, each developed her own path and visual language.


+ Elena Lorenz: Thread-Fantasy
Elena Lorenz

ausstellungen/kl/ID23.jpg Landscapes in Watercolour Embroidery Technique

The works are always created as a combination of different materials such as fabrics, wool and yarns in thousands of different colour nuances and structures. The interplay of the different surfaces and colours achieves the desired effect in the final result. The traditional craft of embroidery is combined with painting. The artist's main inspiration is nature in all its facets.


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