Jackie with her quilt. Each one was to individualize it to their own taste. All of these ladies did sooo well in making it their own, All are so beautiful!
This is Charlotte. When she first started, I could see some doubt in her face. As she began to work on it, she came right out of the box and I began to see her confidence in herself coming out. She also did some shading on hers and will complete it when she gets home. Sure do want a picture of it.
Meet Linda with her beginnings. When I got this fabric together for the canvas, I wondered who would select this piece. I thought it would make a great canvas for the artwork. Well Linda ended up with it. I love the way she is making the darks and lights work for her. I must have a finished product picture Linda.
Close up of Linda's
This is another Linda who thought at one time she selected the wrong canvas, however; just look at what she has done with this and has not started the shading yet, to bring life to it. Bless her heart, she is on the Board of Directors of the MQA and had to miss some of the class for a meeting, but just look what she did accomplish and this will be beautiful when finished. Gotta' have a finished of it.
This is Liz, who is an artist herself. Being her own self, she has her water turned a different direction and it looks great. Too beautiful Liz, just send me a pic when you finish. Liz was going through some emotional things in her life, please put her in your prayers.
Meet Trudy who was also a little apprehensive about starting and then after putting her first couple of pieces on, she just really made it her own and it turned out just beautiful.
|This is the missing student and quilt I did not have on my camera. Thank you Belva for sending it to me. All these ladies did soooooo good on their art work.|