Here is what I have been up to:
Teaching two workshops in San Francisco (I am so lucky to live close to this city!).
Photos show some of the great books made by the participants.
Making funky journals (in my Etsy
printing on and dieing fabrics (this project will be published later)
playing with Michelle Ward's
challenge of making grids (these are made with silk squares, pastel crayons, thread and stitching).
and as always - cleaning, sorting, clearing the never ending piles of stuff.
Dorit - what handsome grids! Love the use of pastels with the paper clippings and THREAD! Terrific interpretation. Thanks for sharing your spin on grids with the team!
I really enjoyed your class at SCRAP! Such fun to collage and make a book. I appreciated your comment about not feeling like the pages in the accordion books need to be of the same height. I'm trying to loosen up and relax when it comes to things like that and this was great practice for me. Thanks!
Where do you teach in SF? I live in Sonoma County and would love to take a class.
I teach in different venues, This class was at SCRAP. Send me your email so I can add you to my email list and/or keep checking my blog.
Your grids are great. They look like tumbling cubes of abstraction to me. Fun! Happy creations, tj in germany
Love your take on the grids. Very different.
I love how your grids are looser and more freestyle. Have a lovely flow to them.
Don't know how you fit it in with the classes as well! Busy busy.
I like the way you made the grids. Very cool.
Wow! You have been *very* busy. I love the cat peering out at me - what a honey :-)
Sweet busy-ness...your classes sound like so much fun Dorit...Great happy pieces you have here.
Love the grids and the way you use fiber. The accordion books are great too.
Beautiful grids, and I love your other work too. You're a very busy person !
Absolutely beautiful grids. I should go and take a look at my fabrics as well.
Wow -- you have been busy. And what a great group of creations. I really love the accordian book with the different sized papers in the next to last photo!
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