In January I taught a reconstructed clothing workshop for a group of very talented ladies from the weaving guild I belong to. Everyone made their own version of a tunic I designed, and the results are definitely worth sharing.
They started out with a wonderful mix of color, texture, and pattern, and then began to arrange and rearrange, determining the central piece, and then developing their ideas for the side panels.
Laurie, Queen of Purple
Helen, working on a mix of soft, creamy greens.
Pat, working with her favorite palette of orange and violet.
letting the colors and textures guide her selection of the other pieces.
Robal focused on a wonderful mix of Fall colors for her tunic.
Connie's work-in-progress. Great mix of steely gray, navy, and black, with a hint of red.
Susan, working on a mix of Spring and Summer greens.
Pam chose a sequined top for the central focus of her tunic,
highlighting the teals and purples with the other fabrics she used.
Pat, nearing completion. Next, the sleeves!
And here is a picture I took in February at our Clothing, Etc. meeting of a few finished projects. I didn't get pictures of Phyllis and Debbie at the workshop, so I'm glad to have them here!
Good job, all! And I'll catch the rest of you later.