Each day of Diane Fitzgerald’s Anything Goes…with Beads class had a special theme or focus (as posted on the easel in the studio) with of course, time set aside to work on individual projects, some of which incorporated the class “mascot”.
We won’t focus on Friday (with sad face, shown above, signifying the last day of class and good-byes said for this year), but instead look back at some of what the students were doing on the six previous days.
As the last beads were being stitched into fabulous jewelry, the first heddles were being threaded by the beginning table loom weavers. Instructor Nancy Frantz guided the students through the steps involved in weaving a small sampler that can be used as a runner.
As you can see, there’s a lot of wonderful things going on inside the studios at Sievers. Outside, as we reach the middle of August, the Island fields take on a different look.
Inside or outside, beads or weaving, July or August or September, it’s all good!
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Dee Brown says
I see they had time for Breakfast at Sunset, and burgers at Karlys. Looks like a lot of fun.
Carolyn Foss says
Hi Dee! They’re part of the Sievers experience and not to be missed!