Sunday, February 8, 2009

Textile experiments

I've been following the on-line course by Carol McFee & Lynda Monk from http://www.fibreinform.com/

Here are some of my experiments.








Since they come from an on-line course, I won't explain the process. If you have the opportunity, don't hesitate, take that course, it is really good!


13 comments:

solange bonnet said...

Superbe, voilà l'art textile que j'aime. Bravo.

Muriel said...

C'est très intéressant toutes ces expérimentations... et sur le principe, c'est bien de se faire une échantillonatèque :-). Dommage que ce genre de cours ne soit pas en français.

startare said...

Bravo: ça donne envie de se lancer, c'est vrai.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

If you hadn't told me they were fiber I would have thought they were some sort of paper art. Very interesting.

Magpie's Mumblings said...

These are wonderful Vero! I especially like the last one...very mysterious looking and full of texture.

Doreen G said...

Wonderful samples Vero--I have done their first workshop and I think you have excelled.

neki desu said...

great samples!!
isn't it a fun workshop?
seconding Doreen too.

neki desu

Conni said...

Vero, these look great! Thanks for the link.

Rosemary said...

What amazing pieces, will check out the web site.

Guzzisue said...

ooooo fun!! thanks for joining in the spinning/craft post, I think we all have a child inside us that just wants to play with new toys :-)

Wurzerl said...

Wow, toll Vero, ganz toll, und alles in Deinen Lieblingsfarbtönen!!!
Du wirst immer kreativer und besser!!!

Ganz lieber Gruß vom Wurzerl

JoWynn Johns said...

Another friend of mine is taking this course and having lots of fun. I've seen quite a few pieces by Carol McFee and love her work. Enjoy!

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