Minimalistic Landscapes

yellow-orange bargello sunflower on dark blue background

Less is More

Begin with a photo, sketch, or let your imagination guide you. Simplify the image to its core elements using just a few lines. This reduction will serve as the foundation for your fabric landscape.

Translate your simplified lines into fabric pieces. Choose a variety of fabrics with varying textures and designs to represent different elements in the scene. 

Let the fabric and stitching do the talking to create a simple dynamic landscape where less is more.

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Workshop Features

  • learn piecing techniques to add a sense of flow and dynamism to your landscape
  • experiment with different angles and shapes to infuse energy into the composition
  • learn how to layer the pieced sections with both stitched seams and raw edges to enhance depth and dimension – this technique adds a tactile quality and visually separates different elements in your landscape
  • the final touch involves adding just the right amount of quilting whether by machine or by hand

1-6 hr Session


2 – 3 hr Sessions 

Sessions include theory with slideshows, live demos and lots of time to work on the project and receive feedback from Jen


1 Session


All workshops include a bonus one hour virtual pre-session to talk about supplies, fabrics and what to expect

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Contact Jen today to choose the perfect trunk show or workshop for your guild

Jen is available to present trunk shows, seminars and workshops from an evening to multiple days for your group, club, guild, shop or festival wherever you may be.

For a list of Jen’s current engagements and workshops check out her workshop schedule.

Contact Jen now at +1-705-835-3064 or email (or use the form below) to discuss your needs and book her in for your next get-together.

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