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In This Segment

Learn how to make charming canvas art using photos, shells, found objects and memorabilia. Heather Shaw, a textile designer and owner of pi’lo, shows how to treat the canvas, cover it with unbleached cotton or old book pages, and then secure display items.

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canvas
sewing needle
thread
felt
objects (i.e. shells, leaves, photos)
hemp twine
muslin
scissors
typewritten labels (optional)
fabric (optional)
old paper (optional)
paint (optional)

Heather Shaw is a textile designer and owner of pi’lo, a small Toronto based business that makes simple heirloom accessories for the home.
Site: www.pilo.ca
Blog: www.pilo.typepad.com
Shop: www.etsy.com/shop/pilosale

Credits

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

Lynda Reeves

DIRECTOR TV PRODUCTION & ONLINE VIDEO

Sheri Graham Delagran

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY

Jason Stickley

SEGMENT PRODUCER

Ryan Louis

STYLIST

Reiko Caron

EDITOR

Andrew Noddin

DIGITAL DIRECTOR

Michael Zimmermann

WEB ADMINISTRATOR

Scott Polley

ONLINE DESIGNER

Jessica Piekarski

Runtime: 6:43
Released: July 26, 2010
Featuring: Heather Shaw
Channel: DIY