|Needle-felted basket and presents by Jonetta Brown|
(with chocolate candy inside!)
|Wendy Rice's Christmas tree mad with water|
soluble stabilizer, paper and fabric.
|Jennifer Gould's felted ball embellished|
with beads and embroidery.
|Pris Lynch's knitted mitten ornament.|
|Alexa Urquhart's flying tiger super hero.|
|Alice Breese's twig angel ornament.|
|Arlene Tiemeyer filled this clear plastic bauble|
with yarn, buttons, fabric and ribbon from
all her many weavings and projects!
|Arlene Tiemeyer shows her handwoven fabric|
(first image above after her ornament), rugs,
and her wild colored knitted scarf made with
wool fabric (rugs) and yarn (scarf) that was
given to her.
|Jan Koster is so proud of her|
pants: she worked a long
time, she said, to design a pants
pattern that was perfect for her.
The fabric is a gorgeous double
weave jacquard. And they are beautiful!
|Jennifer Gould showed her embroideries she's been doing|
using her hand printed fabric. Most of these use the simplest
whip stitch (straight, seed, and many other names).
|Jeannie Emery made a skirt for her co-worker who is|
leaving for Southern Africa and missionary work.
The previous photo shows the inside of the skirt where
she had all the other co-workers sign their names.
|Pris Lynch also brought her nuno felted scarves that she had|
eco-printed with purple leaves (a Vietnamese plant that they
use to dye rice).
|Jonetta Brown (above) wasn't going to show us anything|
but she was wearing this gorgeous shawl that she had knitted.