Winter Cardinal

Learn an easy way to applique with fused raw edge technique, simple enough for a beginner.  Use Copic markers to assemble amazing, realistic birch shading.  Several methods of completing your landscape will be presented.

June 16, 2021 – 4:00pm
Room: 2
Fee: $60

Student Capacity: 20

Required Kit Fee – payable to the instructor: $20

Each participant must purchase a kit) Kit Includes: Pattern, handouts, fabric, fusible and use of copic pens to complete one 12” x 16” landscape 

Supplies to Bring – NO sewing machine required

  • Heat resistant, transparent pressing sheet
    • 13” x 17” Applique Pressing Sheet ™ Bear Creek (recommended)
  • Small fabric scissors – Fiskars 5” Spring Assist Micro-tip (recommended)
  • Regular fabric scissors and paper scissors
  • Sharp pencil w/eraser
  • White marking pencil
  • 6” or 12” straight edge ruler

NOTE: Instructor will have a limited number of these notions available for purchase during the workshop. 

  • 13” x 17” Applique Pressing Sheet $16 
  • Fiskars Micro tip scissors $17 


Class Registration $60
Available Tickets: 15
The Class Registration ticket is sold out. You can try another ticket or another date.


Doris Deutmeyer


Doris Deutmeyer

Doris is a lifelong artist, teacher, and designer loving all things art, fabric and landscape. She has a B A in Art Education and has taught all age levels. In 1997 Doris began creating original fused landscape art quilts and mini paper pieced quilts; selling hundreds of these originals at fine art and craft shows throughout the Midwest. After catching the attention of quilters she was encouraged to share her expertise by giving workshops, lectures, and offering patterns. Her home based business, Fabrications by Doris, has evolved into a line of self published landscape art quilts and mini quilt patterns, as well as landscape quilting fabric.