Tuesday, 10 May 2016

Dawn Edwards workshop

Hello everyone! I am just wondering how I am going to condense all I want to say about this workshop, as there is so much to tell! Those of you who know Dawn will know what I am talking about, Dawn Edwards is a wonderful tutor and person. We had such fun learning from her, with such a lovely relaxed and calm atmosphere!
Before the workshop started I presented her with her prize for our photographic competition!
Of course it was a sheep!
After an informative demonstration, we were all dying to get started, so we selected our wool and prepared our resists!
 Laying out the fibres.
Dorothy was almost submerged under a pile of fibre at one point, but survived and produced a beautiful vessel!
Leah working hard!
As with every group, we have some colourful characters and this is reflected in their work! I wonder can our members work out who made this one??
Hard at work!
Of course a wee coffee break was important!
The completed pieces lined up!
Elaine Mc Combe made this fabulous swirl design on her vessel.

A very happy, creative and fun bunch of felt makers!
Happy Chairperson Ann McCullough at the end of an extremely successful workshop with Dawn Edwards.

Just a wee quick reminder about our AGM which is on Saturday 21st May, for all the members, we will get through the business asap then there will be a talk on Silk by Gail Cooke and Fiona Harvey. Lunch is included and we will also have our first bring and buy!! So you will be able to stock up on the must needs for felting !!



Look forward to seeing you all there!
Fiona Harvey

4 comments:

  1. Dear Feltmakers North,

    I can't thank you enough for allowing me the great pleasure of being with all of you...such a lovely, talented, creative, welcoming, and fun group. I enjoyed my time with you immensely and loved all of the beautiful vessels. You worked hard and it certainly showed in the finished product.

    I am returning home with so many great memories .... Wish I could bring you all home with me.

    Thank you again so very much,
    Dawn

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  2. What wools were used in this workshop? - the piles are so high!!!! :) Jamie Jedinak,
    Bellingham, WA USA

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  3. Hi Jamie, the wool used was bergschaf, purchased from DHG. It's a nice lofty wool that was fun to work with.

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