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Linda and Dean Moran's Profile

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We create hand-marbled art fabrics, using centuries-old processes, and we've been doing this for nearly 20 years. We provide unusual marbled items for crafters, like marbled silk flowers and marbled ribbons. We provide marbled fabrics for wearable projects, art quilting, and mixed media. Marbling is extremely labor intensive, so no two items will ever be exactly alike. when you buy an item from us, you are getting a "one of a kind" art work.

Both of us have been involved with some type of fiber for years. Dean taught himself chair caning and repaired many chairs for antique shop owners in Vermont, Maryland, and Arizona. He fell in love with marbling after doing the very first piece. Linda has done crochet, embroidery, clothes construction, and now art quilting. Now retired from teaching, she is working on several art quilt commissions from the fabrics they create together…

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  • Joined June 9, 2008

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Cotton, linen, silk, ribbon, semiprecious stones, glitters, silk flowers, Superior threads, plus whatever we happen to find

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About

We create hand-marbled art fabrics, using centuries-old processes, and we've been doing this for nearly 20 years. We provide unusual marbled items for crafters, like marbled silk flowers and marbled ribbons. We provide marbled fabrics for wearable projects, art quilting, and mixed media. Marbling is extremely labor intensive, so no two items will ever be exactly alike. when you buy an item from us, you are getting a "one of a kind" art work.

Both of us have been involved with some type of fiber for years. Dean taught himself chair caning and repaired many chairs for antique shop owners in Vermont, Maryland, and Arizona. He fell in love with marbling after doing the very first piece. Linda has done crochet, embroidery, clothes construction, and now art quilting. Now retired from teaching, she is working on several art quilt commissions from the fabrics they create together.

You can find remnants available at their Ebay store (marblers76), and you can follow Linda's blog at http://marbledmusings.com. Visit their art gallery on their website, http://www.marbledfab.com.

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