Today we welcomed Alison Moger to lead us through a workshop to create pictures with scraps of fabric and machine stitch. And inspiration from seeing Alison’s work inspired those attending to produce some wonderful pieces of work which are showcased below….
A very enjoyable day which produced pieces of work to be proud of – well done everyone!
It might be the summer break but some of us just couldn’t resist spending a day making fabric landscapes under the expert guidance of Hilary Carney. And, what a fun and productive day it was too.
After a short introduction heads were down and everyone was off to a flying start…..
And, in spite of the few hiccups with vital equipment like extension leads, threads and even lunch left behind (left on the drive at home?) everyone managed to priduce some stunning pieces of work.
A Tuscan landscape in the making from Keris
Corinnes beautiful shaded mountains
A delicate touch from Fiona
Caroline’s very first attenpt at this kind of thing – I think she has been secretly practising to to produce such a wonderful piece of work.
And Stephanie has some interesting colours in her landscape. Can’t wait to see the finished piece
Monica based her piece of work on a photgraph of Loch Maree in Scotland….
Enid’s picture is of a view through a cave.
Jan based her landscape on a view of Ogmore by Sea where she lives – love the sheep and segulls Jan
And Catherine’s was doing some amazing stitching on her landscape which will certainly enhance her finished piece
The next challenge for those who are up for it is to create a fabric map of Wales….
No pressure girls!!!
A great day. many thanks to Hilary for doing such a wonderful job. Looking forward to seeing some fab finished pieces of work soon.