…a colorful quilt.
….being inspired by nature.
…wildlife in the backyard.
…watching clouds and sunsets (especially the ones on Washington Island).
As promised last time, the Open Quilt Studio “challenge quilt” border fabrics were on before class was over. Everyone likes…a colorful quilt.
In Susan Hoffmann’s Landscape ‘Painting’ with Fabric class, students worked with the same set of fabrics. Although they all started with the same theme, there were as many variations as students, each person creating a unique woodland scene and …being inspired by nature.
The Spinning Art Yarns class taught by Deb Jones used a variety of fibers and combined them into special and fanciful yarns by using the drum carders, picker, spinning wheels and plying in order to have some one-of-a-kind…warm woolens.
(For more photos on Deb’s class, check out The Fiber Garden Facebook page. )
We’ve had some Sandhill crane visitors and followed them around the Walter Studio and barn where they’re finding something to eat in the grassy areas. It’s always fascinating to watch…wildlife in the backyard.
A person can’t go too long without sharing photos after…watching clouds and sunsets (especially the ones on Washington Island).