A pretty good chance it turns out, but in the end it all worked out...often the case. And we had a good time, so what more could you ask for?
|Color in winter...who can resist that?|
The topic was Tapestry Architecture. Wisconsin Handweavers Guild wanted a workshop that all levels could feel comfortable taking, so buildings seemed like a good idea. Idea and technique connected, that's my kind of class.
|Ruth and Sherri....us Ruths have to stick together|
There was an array of looms of all types; copper pipe, mirrix, pvc pipe, rigid heddle, table looms, assorted wooden tapestry frames...I'm not afraid to give a workshop with this variety. I have my preferences, others have theirs and for some it's their first taste of tapestry. We all learn together and discover what works, what needs improvement.
It's the results that count. I know I've said it before, I learn from my students. They think of things I wouldn't.
I might have arrived back to Madison with a driveway full of snow, but I met 17 new friends,
I'm hoping they try tapestry more than once.