Advanced Fancy Feathers

Posted by on March 19, 2015

Finger feathers are the type that you stitch as a single barb. Most of the advanced feathers start out this shape because they are plump enough to get a secondary design inside. This type of feather also has a little space in-between so you can add some detail in-between each feather. Some of the following pictures will give you and idea what there is to learn. If you are interested in learning these show winning feathers sign up for one of the TinLizzie18 classes. Remember that one of the greatest combinations with feathers is grids. You can also take a ruler class at the TinLizzie18 Learning Centers.

 

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  1. Sarah says:

    Wow!! Those feathers are fabulous! I have not checked out the TL blog in quite a while! There is some great info out here! Thanks so much for posting all of this info! I’ll check back more often and regularly now!!

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