Friday, July 22, 2016

New views from the Workshop!

Last Sunday's workshop at the Pioneer Florida Museum was a splendid example of perseverance through really tough circumstances to reach creative goals!  My students braved temperatures in the high 90's F with a heat index of 105-110F and no breeze.  Yet, there were no complaints.  They were caught up in creativity again, and just kept going.  The blog template still is not cooperating, so I will have to break up the photo sections into groups that the template can handle.  please bear with me.
Maggie Clark did a lovely job on this folded and clamped (Itajime) Shibori tank top.

Maggie really up-styled this thrift shop top with folding and machine stitching (Katano) Shibori. 

Linda Johnston mixed techniques of clay paste resist, folding/clamping and twist/tying to create this wonderful Tee Shirt.

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