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.”
Beautiful results. Congratulations to the group and to the teacher.
Thank you, we had fun.
A lovely selection of colours, everyone looks pleased with their results.
Thank you , I think they where pleased with the results of their work.
Lovely work Ann and you all look to have had a great time!
Thanks, It was a great day
Looks like you had a good time and a very nice space to work in. Great job!
Thanks Ruth it was a good size room with good natural light. It was a challenge to take pictures though.
Beautiful results. A nice variety of colors and designs. Another thing on my list of things to do.
Thank you, seeing everyone’s colour and design is fun. People pick combinations I never would and they look great.
Well done Ann – it’s a lot of work to teach a class like that. Your students did well and they made lovely birdhouses!
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.
They all look great, Ann! Loads of variety, just like the scarf designs 🙂
Thanks, Zed. I love seeing what everyone does.