Sunday, February 28, 2010
Sandy bought a needle-felting machine and took a class by Isabella Hoffman to make this winter wall-hanging.
Theresa found this book which she dug out for her mother. It's the manual for mending.
Someone gave Theresa the knitted cloth, and she turned it into this little purse.
To see what Michele has been up to, visit here, and here.
Fabric Post Cards Creative Cues : Morning Odd Heel South
This is a Lutradur sample from the Simply Salt online class lead by Fibre-in-Form.
People had books to show this month. Among them :
Fabric Embellishing : Basics and Beyond
Lots of ideas for ways to spend future evenings at CinC!
Fabulous Fabric Art with Lutradur by Leslie Riley - Oh the possibilities!
Theresa gave each of us present a square of Lutradur. We're supposed to play with it, color it distress it, stitch--whatever ... and bring it back to show everyone else next month.
Sunday, February 07, 2010
This is a quilt Lois W. made on behalf of all of us at CinC for Katy as she navigates some tricky health issues. It's all about friendship and support. "We're with you, Katy." We had to wait until Katy actually got the quilt before I could post it here. Gill added a tape on the back embroidered with all of our names.
Gill's Star Challenge piece that she made for the Dicken's of a Quilt Show in Ripon, December 2009. The challenge was to use the binding fabric in the challenge piece. Nice job, Gill!
Gill recently acquired a die-cut (Accu-Cut?) machine. At her last quilt retreat, she offered to die-cut fabrics so members could make this apple-core table runner.
Here's another example of how the pieces can be put together.
Lynda brought the hand-made North Carolina dogwood boat shuttles (for weaving) she made with her father.
Michele has been doing some more hand-dying ...
See more at Sweet Leaf Notebook.
And some rust-dipped tyvek by Michele. See more here and here.