Birdhouse Class with the West Carleton Fibre Guild.

Birdhouse Class with the West Carleton Fibre Guild.

I gave a felt birdhouse class to 10 members of the West Carleton Fiber Guild last week.  The class was held at the Mississippi Valley Textile Museum’s  classroom space. They were a really fun and enthusiastic group and they worked hard.

Some how I missed getting a picture of the yellow one. As you can see 9 of 10 picked a gourd shape. For the round one, she decided she wanted a bowl. That’s easy it’s just a round birdhouse the other way up.

Here they all are at the end of the day. This is the only one I have a picture of dry. It belongs to Marie-France Gosselin

All in all a very fun day for everyone.




14 thoughts on “Birdhouse Class with the West Carleton Fibre Guild.

  1. Beautiful results. A nice variety of colors and designs. Another thing on my list of things to do.

  2. Well done Ann – it’s a lot of work to teach a class like that. Your students did well and they made lovely birdhouses!

    1. thanks Lyn. 10 is the maximum I feel comfortable with for a full day class. I don’t know how people keep an eye an any more than that.

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