Friday, October 14, 2011

On the Road

 
I always struggle writing blog entries when I am travelling. My carrier is usually pretty good bit this week it let me down (and I was only three hours from Melbourne). Anyway - enough of a winge.
I taught my Luscious Landscape workshop at the Vickery Craft and Quilt Retreat in Alexandria. This is a great venue either for a workshop or if your group just wants to get away and do your own thing - the house sleeps 10 and has a great workroom for sewing, an wood burning heater and airconditioning and a large garden.
As we had two days for a workshop that can also be done in one day, we decided to add my Threads to Dye For workshop as well so that they could use their own hand dyed threads in their finished landscapes

Leanne was so keen to see her threads and fabric that she was glued to the washing machine.
 
 Sarah turned this poppy field into a field of fabric poppies.
This photo of a canola field was perfectly converted to a textile piece by Jill and the addition of beads will be perfect. This workshop also has a beading introductory session included.
 Sarah really enjoyed the process and finished her poppy field at night so the next day she started on another piece.
 Isn't it terrific?
  I had students travel all the way from Adelaide and Sydney and Geelong as well as locals which was lovely.
The owners Beverley and Anne as well as the students were so pleased with the workshop that I have been invited back to Vickery next year - November 19th and 20th to run my very popular Textured Treasures workshop. Places will be very limited so if you are interested I would suggest making contact soon.

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Dawn said...

your poppy field photo is absolutely beautiful!! hope you don't mind if I share it for Remembrance Day, and will add link to your site here.. and just how long did it take to make that?!