What a great weekend! Fun and creative students! In Letchworth, UK.
Wow! A busy and very productive two days! These are experienced makers who showed off their talents!
Thanks to the UK Basketmaker's Association and Westhope Craft College in Shropshire, we had a wonderful few days of weaving, dining, and laughter. And of course special thanks to Sally Roach for arranging it all.
It was a wonderful gathering of 150 basketmakers at the National Basketry Organization's Conference, held on the campus of Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, KY. The students in my hexagonal weave workshop made some beautiful and impressive baskets!
It was a wonderful few days weaving cathead baskets. We explored these beautiful forms, shaping feet, creating sculptural and twill baskets - at Fibre Works Studio & Gallery in Madeira Park, on the Sunshine Coast, BC, Canada.
We had a great few days at Fiber Works Studio & Gallery, in Madeira Park, on the Sunshine Coast in BC, Canada. It was a great group of students, who learned to twine with some non-traditional materials. There was lots of laughter and chatter, with great food provided by Alexis Bach.
What a fun week we had!! It was the Road Scholar Week, held at Snow Farm: the New England Craft Program, in Williamsburg, MA.
It was really fun to open my home/studio for a "Not Your Mother's Coiling" workshop here in Brattleboro, Vermont. It was a little crowded with six students, but I seemed to be the only one who minded. Everything I wished to show as an example was here! So convenient. And great baskets were made!
It was a great few days! There were many wonderful baskets/vessels created, amid lots of laughter! Many thanks to the Columbia Fiber Arts Guild and to Nancy Geren for arranging it all!