More about the workshop with the Guelph Guild

In between workshops we had some free time to do some sight seeing and visited some of the Mennonite communities around the area near Cambridge. There wasn’t nearly enough time to see enough of their distinctive way of life. Niagara Falls was another great place to see on a cold crisp day. So much more to see and enjoy…… we’ll have to go back!

Edges and Embellishment – the second workshop

Laura Dobrindt

Laura Dobrindt

Everyone worked to their own theme with the emphasis on innovation, using hand stitching techniques to create a constructed fabric.

Judy Eckhardt

Judy Eckhardt

Marlene Good

Marlene Good

Catherine Schuler

Catherine Schuler

All the work had an individual ‘feel’ to it and these are just a few examples of the work in progress. There was a great variety of colour, materials and decoration, so I felt it was a very successful workshop. It’s always wonderful to see everyone following their own path with a little help from the tutor! Hopefully everyone went home full of ideas and good intentions to carry on stitching.

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About Mary Sleigh

Textile artist, tutor and author - passionate about fabrics, stitching and helping others to develop ideas.
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2 Responses to More about the workshop with the Guelph Guild

  1. Jean Paling says:

    Really enjoy keeping up to date with whats going on in your work life. The ISE group is going well we are about to meet with James for the second time in a weeks time. Always good to get a new
    view on the work. A little early but may I wish you and yours a joyous Christmas Jean

    • So pleased to hear that all is going well with ISE. Give my best wishes to all the members and James too.
      I’ll be posting more news now that I’m home and have some time!
      happy Christmas and all good wishes for a peaceful and productive New Year.
      Mary

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