Friday, September 03, 2010

Tea & Ephemera, round 2: Sunday morning

Sunday morning I think all of us were tired and happy, glad that we had such a wonderful opportunity to spend this time together making art and friends. Knowing that these were our last few hours were a little bittersweet.

Preparing fabric for everyone to use before hand really helped the class be more relaxed and we got to more techniques before our short time together was over.

Thank you so much to all the staff at Interweave, Cloth, Paper Scissors, Pokey, my fellow, incredibly talented, instructors and especially the students who made it such a fantastic week. I can hardly wait until we get to do it again!


  1. such a fun project! I'll be the FIRST one to sign up next time!

  2. Soemday I hope to be there with you!!

  3. Wow! Looks like everyone had such a great time. I'm definately going next year. Will you post some completed projects? Have a great weekend

  4. Look at all of those happy faces and busy hands!! I'd like to see some of the finished pieces too -always so inspirational :o)

  5. I would have loved to show finished pieces, but in the three hour time frame we were working with, it wasn't possible to get the work that far. 6 hours would have taken everyone to a finished collage and if we had 9 hours we could have stitched/quilted them.

    In this class I tried to introduce students to as many of the different techniques as I could, in 3 hours, that were used in my quilt that was on the cover of Quilting Arts in April 2008.


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