Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Class in Session

Hi everyone.

Today was my first of a two-day workshop with Jane Nicholas working on this project...

This piece is copyrighted, designed and stitched by Jane Nicholas....not me!

She's a delight. I promise pictures and highlights after class tomorrow.

I have a lot of homework to do...

20 comments:

Fifi said...

special, remarkable, especial
gorgeous!!!

Radka said...

Oh, you lucky, lucky girl!!!

Lisa said...

Oh! Pretty! Can't wait to see the results!

Carol said...

Whoa!!

Createology said...

Simply beautiful stitching. Happy class tomorrow...

Kerri Murphy said...

Ok, I love Jane! I took classes with her back in the 1990's. Where are you taking these calsses?

shazaclark said...

I recognize most of the stitches used in this lovely piece but do hope you'll tell us about the stitch used for the dragonfly body -it's most interesting. Stumpwork dragonflies are so often done in beads but I like this one because its stitched.

Michelle said...

Besutiful

coral-seas said...

wow, you got a lot done in one day ;-)

Seriously, can't wait to hear all about your class. I so wish I could be there with you.

Gabriela said...

Very unique!

Wendy said...

oh WOW! This is incredible - how on earth is it done??

flyingbeader said...

Wow, looks great. Love the stump work...never tried my hand at it, but it is always in my to do list.

MosaicMagpie said...

Absolutly Fabulous!
Debbie

Shirlee Fassell said...

We are certainly on the same page...I am taking a class from Jane this Sat and Sun in Natick MA. Looking forward to meeting you in November

Dees said...

WOW, did you do this? This is stunning in it's simplicity and intricacy at the same time. Have fun!

Rachel said...

Gorgeous - really looking forward to seeing the next posts about this!

FredaB said...

How beautiful in these classic colors. Wonderful work and what a treat to be able to take her class not once but twice.

Hugs

FredaB

shirley said...

Lucky you I think if you have the best tutors then you are able to produce the best work. They have such a way of showing how that gives the best results...
and Jane Nichols is certainly one of the best.

Sweetpea said...

This looks FABULOUS!

And Susan, has anyone ever told you that perhaps you were born into the wrong century? You are so drawn to these *ancient arts*.... I am looking forward to learning about yet another one through you :>}}

Loralynn said...

I LOVE stumpwork! Lucky you! I can't wait to see your results, I'm sure, like everything you do, it will be absolutely wonderful!

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