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Author Archives: ruthlane
I have updated the online class schedule for 2019. Please take a look under the tab online classes at the top of this page to see the schedule. If you are interested in taking any classes in 2019, please fill … Continue reading
I am still stitching away on my landscape piece. I had the background mountains stitched down the last time I showed it to you. I then got the middle distance hills stitched down. This fabric was a bit harder to … Continue reading
At our November art group meeting, Paula kindly showed us how to make three-dimensional encaustic bowls. Although this isn’t technically fiber, these are made with paper pulp to make a paper clay and I thought you all might like to … Continue reading
This is the landscape (on the left) that I showed you in my last post. I made a few changes including some new felt to indicate mountains in the distance and changing the diagonals in the foreground. I was … Continue reading
Now that I have completed the fossil piece, I have to decide how to finish and frame it. This is always my least favorite part of the process. I usually just want to do whatever is easiest. Now if I … Continue reading
I completed the hand stitching on my felt fossil piece that I created for the 4th Quarter Challenge. I added scattered straight stitches in colors that were already present in the “fossils”. I felt like the grey background was a … Continue reading