Some fabrics started as fleece and were spun and dyed first, some were woven with yarns dyed with natural dyes. Some of the fabrics were woven at home, some at Sievers and some were commercial fabrics, but all were part of the fashion show from Mary Sue Fenner’s “One-of-a-Kind Jacket” class last Saturday morning on the boardwalk leading to the Sophie Studio. Garments and fabric of wool, silk, tencel, rayon chenille and cotton were all represented, many with jewelry purchased earlier in the week in the Sievers Shop.
Enjoy the show!
The time to start planning for next year’s fashion show is…now!
Speaking of now, we have Donna Kallner here teaching “Local Color to Wear” and Judith Yamamoto’s “Japanese Temari Techniques” class started this afternoon. Starting off August will be Diane Fitzgerald teaching two beadwork classes, “Bead-Embroidered Cuff Bracelet” and “Double Fun with Two-Hole Beads” along with Nancy Frantz and her “Beginning Table Loom Weaving” class. Stephanie Robertson will arrive in early August for “Making Your Mark: A Fabric Journey”.
All of this could be written in a book made in Chad Alice Hagen’s “Beginning Bookmaking with a Textile Twist” class starting August 18. It’s hard to believe we’re closing in on the first half of the class schedule. Great things have been happening at Sievers and great things will continue through October!Share Sievers with Friends...