hand made paper, shifu, artists' books, north country living, and some words
I wish.. I wish I could have been there. Eyeing out the little book with pockets 3rd from the end.
robyn, it's an accordian with pockets, made double and marian bound the edge with a stab binding. esay peasy, you know!
Yay! Looks wonderful, all of it.
i agree with robyn...i want to be there too. it just looks so naturally amazing. boy, i'd definitely stay after class and finish all my homework! it's been around 100 for almost a week and seven more days ahead of the same so it's funny to see warmly dressed "sisters." next class in the states - i'm joining the party. you should be very pleased with you adventure.
fu to see photos of you in action!
aimee, we spoke of you from time to time!henrietta, well, thank you and do please come play with paper!glennis, it's me opening a bundle. trace willans tutored me in deying my old cotton gap shirt. it's a beauty.
looks like magical times are had by all. beautiful.
mum! there you are! it is good to see a photo of you teaching!
looks like fun was had by all. all the browns and ecrus and tans are lovely to look at.
hann, i was just unbundling with trace, who helped me do all that to my old gap shirt!dee, lots of warmth for thier "cold" winter!lotta, YES!
fascinating, simply fascinating.
looks like there was a wonderful energy - and alot of learning packed into those days. love the accordian sample book.think that is the most I've seen of you - ever. looking good!
what a great output!!call me frivolous,but i couldn't help but notice the lady in the 11th photo.very stylish.
leslie, grin!jean, yep, it was energetic, indeed!lots of new learningneki, yes, she has amazing style. and she does pilates!
there's Marie! I am sure she is gone by now...Hi Velma!
nancy, yes, replaced by a group of 10!
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