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Saturday, August 24, 2013

2013 Sauder workshop

I was fortunate to teach a one day workshop at Sauder village this year. The class was called turning flat into Dimensional.  The participants had their choice of the samples shown in the first two pictures. 
Most of the participants chose either the owl or the snowman with the hat. The owl was pretty awesome if I don't say so myself, because he had this wonderful yarn for his chest area.  We did have a rebel in the Group who decided to do the pumpkin and wait till you see it.  Four people completely finished their projects during class and many of the other participants were well on their way to completion. 


My samples.....
Two more choices for participants.....

Isn't the pumpkin Just the best?  Kathleen really embellished this guy to the hilt! 

She even used a real pumpkin stem!  Don't you just love the beads on the back? JACK! 

And look what Diane did with her owl.  I had an antique masher as a prop to use. Well Diane very cleverly turned it into feet for the owl!  How stinking cute is that?  

Mary's snowman is adorable as well!  
Here is a picture of Diane with her owl!
What a great and creative class!  Thanks for stopping by, Maria 

7 comments:

WoolenSails said...

Those are wonderful and what a fun class to do. I have a pumpkin pattern to do with punch needle, need to try some hooked ones.

Debbie

s said...

Love them all..........went and bought a potatoe masher at a sale I saw Thur just in case I may want it.
Sheila

Alice ~ Folk Art Primitives said...

I'm sure some of my friends were in your class ~ those examples were fabulous! Sorry our paths didn't cross! See you in November!!!

Wendy @ Ravenwood Whimzies said...

They are all so cute!

Louie said...

Thanks for sharing these great 3D hookings! Glad to see a new post. We all appreciate your whimsy ability.

kelley said...

these are wonderful Maria...would be impossible to hook just one...

Louie said...

Thanks for the great pictures of the class that you gave. As usual your talent is shining through! I probably speak for many people when I say I have missed you posting on your blog. Thanks for all that you do post!!! We love it.