Friday, November 12, 2010

Candace Kling

Here is the tail end of report on the Candace Kling workshop. It was a truly wonderful experience. Candice is a true artist ... I knew all of the ladies taking the class with the exception of Susan Elliot .... http://plays-with-needles.blogspot.com/ ... she is as delightful in person as her blog . All in all it was great fun facilitated by a gracious host Maureen Greeson.





After the class was over, and I finished all of my ribbons I had an inkling of something I had long ago read that was not in the ribbon section (HA HA) of my library. I love to collect old stuff about embroidery etc. and lo and behold I had found a treasure that I never fully appreciated until now.
This is a correspondence course in ribbon work copyright 1916.




Now I have to read it alllllll.................









8 comments:

Maureen said...

Great photos, pretty flowers! I hope you'll loan your books to me when you're finished reading them!

Radka said...

Your workshop looks interesting, with a very pretty result:)

Emerald Window said...

I found your blog through "Plays with Needles". Your work is STUNNING and so inspiring. You are quite the artist.
Cenya

Judy S. said...

I also found your blog through Susan's. It was fun (and inspiring) to see your lovely work. Your book was interesting...distance learning without technology!

Connie Eyberg Originals said...

I saw your beautiful work over at the 'Plays with Needles' blog and had to come join! I am a beginner and get so inspired when I see work such as yours. So glad you are blogging, Connie

Michelle said...

Hello :0) - I'm also here from Susan's blog - your work is both beautiful and inspiring. I'm very much a beginner in beading having been so inspired by Susan's work. Your quilt left me speechless - it is stunning.

Allison Ann Aller said...

Shirlee, you've been a legend in the CQ world for so long...so glad you have joined us in blogging so we can hear your voice and see your work!
Your header is breathtaking, too!
Can't wait to meet you in April...
~~Allie

ps The font and layout of your Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences is simply to die for...many thanks for the pics

MosaicMagpie said...

I too read about your fantastic work on Susan's blog. I am new to Crazy Quilting and absolutly love it! Your work is beautiful and I am so happy Susan blogged about you. I am a new follower and look forward to reading your blog and getting to know you.
Debbie