You can always tell a great teacher from the beautiful student work. Great job!
Ditto for the above comment; those are wonderful; I love circles.
That looks like a great deal of fun.
Beautiful, come and teach in the UK please!
they are beautiful -- I hope you teach this at the art retreat in raleigh next year -- I will definitely be there -- do you have to have a sewing maching --
Ok I am going to find my CPS that you did the article on this technique in. !! Not nearly as having you as a teacher IRL but for now it will ahve to do!!Will you be teaching at A and S in Portland in OCt 2012??? I WILL be there!!!My code word below was SPINS!!!!! Very appropos for Circles recycled!!!
These are great! I have the article from CPS (2009) and have it printed out ready to try. If I can't figure it out, I plan to take your Joggles class!
Thanks everyone! Elizabeth, I can't fit portland 2012 into my schedule, unfortunately! hope to meet you somewhere!
Absolutely fabulous. Maybe you can teach me to sew.....so I can hang out with you :) A girl's gotta dream, huh?xoxo
Hi Jane - took the Circles class with you in Chicago and had a great time! Looks like it should be easy, but it took some time for the different steps - loved every minute of it. Looking at my piece here (3rd one down on the left) I think the tiny black and white checker comes across as gray. I will try to rework that with a more defined black and white fabric or paper.
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