Thursday, 2 December 2010

Day Two

For my second advent post I'm also showing a Splash of Colour as it is the second month of Emma's splash of colour project. So lots of beautiful colourful work from my students who meet every week at The Settlement in Letchworth.

This has been the result of a term working not only on making book jackets but also on creating layers of textures with the sewing machine.

For me, I love having the continuity of the same group of students each week as I can see how they improve and progress and this group of ladies have come so far, producing some stunning work.

I'll shut up now and let the pictures speak for themselves...








I'm not the only crazy person doing an advent post each day in December up to Christmas... check these blogs out too!
Let me know if you are joining in and I'll add you to the list!

13 comments:

  1. Absolutely stunning work, the colours are so beautiful!
    Vivienne x

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  2. Lovely work Gina. I'll add the list to my blog too, hope that's ok. X

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  3. Gorgeous work! I would love to be able to create something so beautiful! :) x

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  4. Simply beautiful work. Thanks for showing us.

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  5. Oh I always love to see your students' work Gina and I especially love embroidered landscapes. They're just so gorgeous!

    I'm not sure I'll be able to manage to post every day but I'll be cheering from the sidelines!

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  6. Such lovely work, thanks for sharing it.

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  7. Wonderful work and such beautiful colours and textures. No wonder you are proud of your students.

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  8. lucky students, gorgeous work, wish I lived nearer.

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  9. They are wonderful - gorgeous rich colours.

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  10. Your advent blogs are lovely. How on earth do you manage it? I'm struggling to blog once a week at the moment ...

    Love
    xoxo

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  11. ... losing the plot ...

    forgot to say how gorgeous the embroidered landscapes are ...

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