|Julie B Booth: Woven sampler detail.|
In the previous post, I talked about how the Running Stitch could be used to explore different types of line and pattern. In today's post, I'll focus on construction, mending and distorting.
|Julie B Booth : Boro/mending sampler #1 on patchwork base.|
|Julie B Booth: Boro/mending sampler #2 on a patchwork base.|
|Gloria W.: Boro sampler.|
|Judy G.: Boro sampler.|
|Kate G.: Boro sampler using heirloom pillow cases.|
|Kathy F.: Boro sampler|
|Peggy G.: Boro sampler.|
|Barbara C.: Woven base.|
|Gloria W.: Woven base.|
|Judy G.: Woven base.|
|Linda M.: Woven base.|
|Peggy G.: Woven base.|
|Roxana F.: Woven base.|
|Alice A. working on her Boro sampler.|
|Alice A.: Boro sampler.|
|Laurie T working on her Boro sampler.|
|Laurie T.: Boro sampler.|
|Linda M.: Boro sampler.|
|Linda M.: Fabric collage sampler.|
|Barbara C. working on her Boro sampler|
|Barbara C.: Detail showing surface darning.|
|Roxana F.: Boro sampler.|
|Wendy S.: Boro sampler|
|Julie B Booth: Distorting the fabric with kantha stitch.|
|Kate G.: Kantha stitch.|
|Julie B Booth: Ruching (pleating) with sari silk strips.|
|Kathy F.: Ruching. Silk strips on right were ironed before pleating.|
|Peggy G.: Rushing with sari silk strips.|
Thanks students for being such an inspiration!!
If you live in the Washington, D.C. area and would like to take this workshop, I am offering it again on January 21 and 22 at Artistic Artifacts in Alexandria, VA.
If you think your fiber group would like to do this two day workshop, please feel free to leave a comment and a way to get in touch.