I can’t believe it’s already November. Where has this year gone?
This will be a busy, but really fun month. I am so excited to be teaching two classes locally. The first up will be my Easy and Fun Silk Scarf Dyeing at Scattered Art in Newburgh, Indiana. If you are local, there is still room for you.
The following week I will be teaching regular dyeing at Patchwork Central’s after school program. I shared my passion with them last month, and they seemed to be excited to try their hand at dyeing some bandanas.
Now that I’m in my new dye studio, I have so many projects I plan to work on including marbling, which I’ve not done in a long time.
I’m also working on a couple online classes that I hope will go live the end of January. Yipee!!
Tomorrow I have an art play date. Dawn is going to teach me something new! I’ll tell you more later, but she asked me to bring some pictures so I printed out a couple from Garden of the Gods and one from our trip to Australia.
I have forgotten to share my new ice dyed apron. I made two of these for my TV appearance in September. I gave Ange, the host, one and here is mine. Love it!
Also, finished putting together a little art journal. I had spray painted the cover several months ago. This video is how I used fabric as a stencil. This cover is canvas.
Now I’m off to rinse out some ice dyeing from yesterday.
Have a great Sunday! And as always, thanks so much for dropping by.
Beautiful pics Lynda! When are you coming to southern California to teach? Dave could teach us something from the garden! 🙂
Laurie, Great idea!! Thanks.
Love that apron! I’ve got to get a dye day on my schedule.
Luann, Thanks! Don’t know how you would fit it in with all of your projects!
Love ice dyeing and especially your apron. We need a few cooler days yet here in AZ to do it. Hopefully end of month. I love the way silk scarves turn out!
Hi Ruby, Thanks!