Last week I spent a few days teaching a workshop for the Columbia FiberArts Guild.
We covered piecing, applique and beading. That’s a lot to cover in just two days!
First, lay out your fabric.
Adjust the pieces until they’re right.
On machines new,
This one, worth its weight in gold, a Singer Featherweight.
Several people brought their own hand dyed and printed fabrics.
The beginnings of beautiful clothes.
in perfect colors.
The final touch, some beading.
And a few more beads.
At the end, everyone pinned their project to the board.
Here, pieced designs, ready to be incorporated into something wonderful.
Others, almost finished.
I had a wonderful time meeting and teaching a class for members of the Columbia FiberArts Guild.
Thank you for inviting me!
Monique U says
Wow, that board is amazing, Ann… how exciting it must have been for everyone to see their work up there!
Christina G Sells says
Looks like another success Ann! Some beautiful things were created there under your skilled and enjoyable tutelage.