Netta has been making sewn pottery with clothesline wrapped in strips of fabric.
A beautiful, Lotus decal, Singer sewing machine from the 1930's. I was fortunate to buy this a few years ago, and recently found a beautiful treadle cabinet for this machine.
Rob made this dress for his wife. He copied a dress they bought from her on their trip to Australia. It was his first foray into sewing.
Frances loves her new pillowcase.
Aurora made her dress for the first day of school. I think she was only 7 years old at the time. She has an unusual talent.
Laura's Sewing School both at Arlington Town Day.
Sophia and her mustache pillow. All her own idea. We made the pattern together.
Umbrellas! I made both and have the kits and patterns available.
Sherry copied the image of the painting, her friend made, onto fabric. Then she made a bag in colors that complement to the painting and included the painting in a panel on the side of the bag.
And iPad cover and a GPS case that I designed and made.
The girls both made blankets in a class together.
This is a quilt I made for my friend's daughter.
This is a bag that I helped the student design and make.
This lovely tuffet is made out of 64 strips of fabric. It's a beautiful project and it's fun to make.
Shelley had a quilt that was falling apart. She decided to cut it and make two pillows out of the parts of the quilt that were still in good condition.
One of my favorite students, Betty. I taught her how to sew and knew her for at least 6 years. Unfortunately, she passed away in 2015.
Susi is making buttonholes in her camp shirt.
We went on a field trip to Sawyer Brook fabrics in Clinton, MA. This is Fran on the left, who is one of my students, and Judy who works for Sawyer Brook.
Sherry found an art print in Maine, and she was inspired to re-create it out of wool and needle felting.
Here is a photo of Sherry with both her work and the print that inspired it .
While Norma is not in this picture, she made this bench cushion and the bolster pillows at each end.
Ruth made this jacket out of silk dupioni. The buttons are made out of the same fabric.
A local Brownie troop came and made some little drawstring pouches.
Sherry is always good for fabric art. She did a fiber version of a photograph in which she captured a hummingbird in flight.
Jeanette (on right) and her daughter, Stephanie. Steph is wearing a lovely dress that Jeanette made from a home dec fabric.