Sunday, April 5, 2015
I'm so fortunate to be able to occasionally teach about what I love--tapestry weaving. This year I've been to the Folk School (February) where we had a grand time thinking about the work of William Morris for inspiration--and enjoying a couple of lovely snow falls during the week. In March I was off to Florida to teach a 2 1/2 day session at Florida Tropical Weavers Guild Conference held at Lake Yale Baptist Conference Center. Weather in Florida was quite a contrast to the snowy days a month before in Brasstown, NC. It wasn't too hot (low 80s)--definitely not coat weather.
I often post photos and comments about classes when the sessions are underway. For various reasons this year I haven't been able to do that. I want to catch up a bit to show off the work from the classes--everyone worked so hard and accomplished a lot.
So here goes--first from the John Campbell Folk School class, February 22-27, photos in no particular order:
Now, a few from Florida Tropical Weavers Conference, again--no particular order:
Next class is in June/July at Arrowmont, a two week one. The session length should give us enough time to delve into explorations a bit more.
Posted by Tommye McClure Scanlin at 4:51 PM