A great mother-daughter team in the class!
These gals had a very minimalist approach to their art and created gorgeous gossamer works on their silk chiffon.
Suzanne Morgan dyed this beautiful blue silk chiffon for this gorgeous piece!
I loved this layout and how her irises "ran off the page".
This was such a beautiful scarf, she really used her colors well.
Happy student with her "party scarf"!
This young lady chose beautiful warm colors for her artful layout.
After felting, loved the layout and fringe on the ends!
In February I was lucky enough to teach a Nuno-felted Shawl & Scarf class at The Fibre Studio at Yarns to Dye for in Charlotte. I always enjoy our classes there, and especially since Debbie moved her shop near South Park; she has a nice big classroom in the back with lots of room to spread out, plenty of tables, running water and even a stove to heat water up on for fulling and felting! This class was no exception, we had a nice number and a wonderfully eclectic group felting scarves and shawls. We took a break half-way through to rest our busy felting biceps and backs and lunched at Moe's next door, a treat for me as I'm not supposed to be having too many carbs lol. Also a good time to shop Debbie's wondeful array of yarns and goodies while we were on break. Then we returned to finish up the rolling and felting and watch the magic occur, the girls did a wonderful job with their creations! We truly had a variety of styles, from a "party" collage of bursts of color, to a carefully laid out iris garden, a minimalist mother-daughter team in blue who turned out beautifully gossamer designs, to an artful study of warm colors, our designs covered it all! Here are some photos in all their shining glory, well done ladies!