Carol Riedner brings her love of and talent for working with color to her life as a fiber artist. A retired K-8 Art teacher, Carol came to Sievers as a student for the first time in 2002. Nuno and wet felting are ongoing creative pursuits for Carol in recent years and art to wear is her passion. She sells her work in galleries and at shows and makes her home in Fond du Lac, WI. We are delighted to have Carol as a Sievers instructor and are looking forward to her 2-day class, “Nuno Felting With A Twist”.
Karen Tembreull is continuously inspired by the abundance of natural material that surrounds her Upper Michigan home studio. She has made baskets since 1983 and taught since the early 1990’s, primarily with locally gathered barks, roots and fibers. Her work has won many awards and she has been recommended by a number of our teachers and students. We are excited to welcome Karen for a 3-day class, “Patchwork Birch Bark Basket”.
Don’t forget, registration for 2013 classes begins February 1st on our website, www.sieversschool.com.
January and Knitting…A Good Combination!
Actually any month and knitting would be a good combination with Mary Germain and Sandy De Master. It just happened that they spent the last few days here teaching a Sievers in Winter class. From designing and knitting a Latvian mitten to finishing a sweater, from hats and scarves to Fair Isle and mosaic knitting, the time spent together knitting goes by too fast!
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