We hope to see you there!
Roz Spann, Carol Vinik, Antonia Torres, Carol Eaton, Mary Lachman
Diane Cadrain and Karen Loprete
|Facescapes: Connecticut's People
24" X 16.5"
The wooden slat across the top and the beads in-between the faces
were made from an old map of Connecticut!
|Each face was stitched using free motion quilting so no two are alike
and many are just silly!
|This was the pile of wool roving I started with when creating the faces.
So much fun with so little time!
|I'm calling the piece "Facescape"
|Snow Dyed Sleeveless Dress
|I started with a tub to catch the melting snow and inserted an
upside down pan to keep the fabric from sitting in the dye mixture once
the snow melted.
|I soaked the fabric in soda ash and water for 30 minutes.
The fabric was wrung out and placed on the upside down pan.
|I went outside and scooped up fresh snow to cover the fabric.
|I placed about 3" of snow on the fabric to completely cover.
|Next I mixed up some dye!
|I admit this doesn't look like much more than a blob of yuck but have faith!
|I decided to shake a little dye powder over the top just to see what would happen.
|Now I wait... the snow was melted by evening but I waited a full 24 hours before rinsing and washing the fabric. I know from experience that if you try to rush the process the end result is muted with very light colors.
|Snow Dyed Tee Shirt Dress
|Ice Dying: Violet and Pink
|Ice Dying: Yellow, Blue and Bronze
|Ice Dying: Rose, Green, Blue and Yellow
|Confetti Dyed: Moss Green
|Confetti Dyed: Avocado Green
|The neighbors rallied round to help clear this tree across
our driveway - such great folks!
Please be sure to stop by the Kent Memorial Library now through December 31st to view my exhibit!