This year, I was the workshop chair. We held our classes at a new venue for us. Mother Nature gave us a hug and kiss with a snow/ice storm in December and January. Participants were challenged signing up for the classes because two guild meetings were canceled!
Workshop day was yesterday. In this post, I'm sharing photos of the classes that were held in the morning.
Robbe taught a tea cozy class. What a fun gift idea for a tea drinker. One of the participants is considering using one of her mother's embroideries to embellish the front of the tea cozy. Always, good ideas flow from teacher to participant, from participant to participant and from participant to teacher in these classes.
|Circle Play example|
She said that this technique is addictive. I used two fat quarters from my stash--one that has been there for about ten years and one that I picked up from the free table. I used a batik strip from Pat's leftover bag.
I don't know what this will end up to be; but, the technique is addicting! I did want to go to my stash and make more!!!! Mantra to self, "Focus, focus!!! You've some other projects to complete!"
|Pin cushion samples|
|A Stack-N-Whack project in progress|
She said she kept putting other people's projects in front of hers and decided it was time she moved this project to the front of the pile!
|Hand Dyed Fabrics|
She is a retired high school art teacher. . .gosh, I wish I had had an art teacher like her when I was in school. She empowers her students to produce wonderful creations!
Next post, I'll share the afternoon classes.