The following 6 pics show some of Linda's dyed, stampted & discharaged yardage & shirts.
Tina & George.
Tina, Sloan & George.
And a good time was had by all!
Linda & one of her shirts.
Suzanne, Julie & Polly. Julie shared the government form she creatively edited.
Polly has been trying different reverse applique techniques & styles.
Tina just keeps knitting these beautiful scarfs.
George, Nancy & Linda.Nancy recently learned about a relative, Ellen H. Johnson, who was an art educator & author. She was her grandfather's (on her dad's side) cousin. There is information about Ellen on the Wikipedia website which notes that her Oberlin College lectures on modern art were so popular she held them in the largest lecture hall on campus!
Here are pics of two of Ellen's books.
Linda received 2 very special & original Christmas gifts.
This pillow was designed & stitched by her son.Her daughter created this interesting collage.
Linda also brought these two momentos from her family.
Anne created this amazing garment from a historic pattern. She drew the ancient map-inspired images with colored pens.
Here's the coat her boyfriend made using the same techniques.
A top I created using strips from Nan's Group.
I like it so much I may have to make a replacement!
The next 5 snaps are of necklaces created by New Zealand jeweler Brenda.
Please let me know if you are interested in purchasing one (or more) as I have prices.
I brought a selection of Bonnie's hand-dyed fabric packets back with me this fall. I have prices if you are interested in purchasing any of them.