Fabric Book – Poems and Poets


Poems andPoetsAnd so it begins

The pages in the book were created by ironing fabric to interfacing (Therma Web)?

Two prepared fabric pages were adhered back to back.

This was them folded in half to create four single pages

Other materials used include sticky backed canvas, ribbon, lace,feathers,twigs, twine etc.

The poets are mostly Canadian.I included pictures of each along with an example of their poetry and some biographical information

Much of the information and poems are interactive. Inside envelopes ,inside single fold cards and gate fold cards

Hope you enjoy the time you spend here.

                                                                                                                   In Flanders FieldPoetry is FUN                                                                                                                P0etry is FUN                                                                                             Emily Pauline Johnson.

Just plain fun                                                                                                 Alligator Pie-Poetry book  for children Poet Canadian Dennis Lee

                                                                                                                       Genius

There are many more Canadian poets that should have been included, however I had a deadline to meet.

I was late and missed my deadline anyway. Oh well

                                                                                             A personal favourite

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1 Comment »

  1. 1
    Jan Says:

    Dee, your fabric book is wonderful.
    Jan


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