|Jennifer Gould's "Flower Seed Packet Book" of items|
from Alexa Urquhart (dark forest green sweatshirt
fabric, green heathered paper cards, her fused lamp-
work beads, copper metallic cord, and blue seed
beads, and copper seed beads.
|The full length of|
|A sample of work done in order to test out how to make the book.|
|The copper metallic cord is encased in freeform machine|
embroidery of ferns (done on Solvy water soluble
stabilizer and Solvy Heat Away) along with Alexa's own
fused glass beads as seeds/fruit, and then wrapped around
book to close it.
|Barbara Norlin made a doll from Jennifer|
Gould's printed pink lame (dress),
upholstery fringe (hair), postage stamps
(eyes), flower rosettes of pink thread warp
and printed/painted paper towels (shoes).
|Here's what Barb started out with.|
|Jeannie Emery made a container for|
sewing tools from Barb Norlin's items:
beads, fabric printed with zebras (from
DeVos Children's Hospital caps), buttons.
|The surprize on the inside of the l id is the pin cushion|
attached inside so that scissors, etc., can be laid on the lid.
|Zebra fabric is the surprise bottom.|
|Jonetta tried hard NOT to make something functional|
but this beautiful handbag resulted from Pris Lynch's items.
|Jonetta worked with wet felted and shibori dyed wool, beads,|
yarn, and lace.
|Inside is the lace made into a pocket just for her cell phone|
so it won't roll around in the bottom.
|Wendy Rice worked with Jonetta Brown's collection|
of many different kinds of fabric. Cutting the fabrics into
strips and weaving them into a colored warp created her
beautiful hallmark "mug rugs."
|Sue Vegter worked with Arlene Tiemeyer's collection of|
fabric, buttons, yarn, and pink Chinese frog closure to
create a pillow with cats and wild stitching.