By the end of the day, I said goodbye to Cherrill, who has family obligations that are pulling her away for the rest of the week. We admire each others' work so much, which is funny because except for the layering, they are polar opposites. About half the class went to dinner at an Indian restaurant (we've eaten Mexican, Middle Eastern- twice - and tomorrow, sushi). Then, after I retrieved my camera so I could post these pix tonight, I came back to this lovely Marriott Courtyard. I must say this is the nicest hotel I have stayed at, anywhere I have traveled to teach (except, of course, the Claremont Hotel in Berkeley). Thanks to the Quilters Studio in Newbury Park, CA, for making my stay so comfortable. One more thing: this is Pam Price Klebaum's glue print. I'd like to know what you see.
After lunch, I gave everyone a syringe so they could add their own marks to the fabrics . Judy Rys came to class today wearing an appropriate shirt on which she wrote with the syringe she got from me last time I saw her, a few years ago when I taught in Santa Barbara.
Using a syringe isn't always easy till you get the hang of it. Florence had put a bit too much on the fabric but folded it over and pretty soon, it was looking good!