Friday, November 14, 2014

class, class, class

Sigh...I am so lucky.

Teaching in Tucson for a wonderful group of SAQA members. Day 3 of 4, some people are ready to stitch their pieces, others are still working on the wall, and still others have started a second piece.
I tell them it is not a contest.  Anita and Kathy are hard at work.
Kathy's pieces are below and she'll probably start quilting one of them on Saturday.


Saralee came in with a specific idea for a triptych and finished the first of the three pieces.

Julie is contemplating the piece on her wall, which will look different by the time she has finished it.

Dureen's piece began as a monochromatic horizontal and ended as a vertical with more color.

Barbara is auditioning backgrounds for her piece.  It's great that the classroom is in a fabric store and we can go shopping for just the right fabrics to add to our pieces!
I can't wait to see how Kathy K's piece will end up.  It is still a work in progress, as are several other pieces in the class. Here, I've taken a picture in black and whilte so we could see the variation in value as she worked.

I am getting my fill of Mexican food while I am here!  Tonight's dinner at El Charro was especially delicious and the company of several class members added to the pleasure.  We had fun!
More tomorrow, after we wrap up.

5 comments:

Kaja said...

Looks like fun!

Judy Sall Fiber Art said...

Enjoy the weather and your class! Looks like lots of beautiful creations are coming together...

Marianne said...

Que de beaux projets! Magnifique

Gunilla.B said...

What a wonderful class!

Judy Rys said...

Lucky you. El Charro has the best Chicken Mole. My youngest son lives in Tucson so I eat there whenever we visit.