|Aron Lowe presented her work to a crowded room of very|
|We counted 40 people who wanted to try needle-felting|
and came up with wonderful little pumpkins.
|Aron's treasure chest of scary pumpkins she'd needle-felted.|
|Some of her newest work involves|
adding wires inside so that legs and
arms can be moved.
|One guest's incised lines of the|
|Next she worked on making the stem.|
|Alexa Urquhart's lampworked glass beads.|
|Alexa's beads with agate stones added in.|
After Aron finished her presentation and the hands-on session, we had a business meeting, and then got down to our members' show and tell which is always a highlight.
|Sue Vegter's natural dyeing studies in an attempt to|
recreate Pris Lynch's MX dyes.
|Arlene Tiemeyer's beaded scarves. She strung the beads|
onto the yarn first, then knitted the scarf.
|Arlene Tiemeyer's handwoven placements.|
|Arlene Tiemeyer's hand knitted scarf that|
began as a long rectangle and, with some
manipulation at the end, creates this long
|Printed papers (above and below) made by Jennifer Gould long, long ago at a guild meeting at which Alice Breese|
taught us how to create paste papers.
|Jennifer Gould's Barefoot Sister dolls for an|
upcoming holiday show.
|Jennifer Gould's little standing angel (6" tall).|
|Jennifer Gould got her work published|
recently in "Textile Art Around the World"
from the Netherlands (TextileLink.com).
|Jennifer's page in "Textile Art Around the World" illustrating|
her Pisces Women textile figures.
|Jan Coray showed us her wonderful paper cuts.|
|Jan Coray's sun paper cut.|
|Jan Coray and one of her long paper cuts.|
|Jan Coray's individual pine tree paper cuts.|