We did get together last Friday even though I am late in posting!
Bonnie Parker joined us for the first time. She just moved in closer, to the center of Asheville to a smaller place and has a most efficient but small sewing space. Bonnie has been making cloth books, and she showed us one she was working on.
We got into a discussion on ways of transferring images to cloth and of course there are many ways. One Bonnie was pursuing was to use golden matt medium to cover and attach photos to cloth. I mentioned photo transfer and a heat press I have. I also suggested looking at Jane Dunnewold's book "Complex Cloth, A Comprehensive Guide to Surface Design" 1996 in which she has an extensive section on photocopy transfers.
As usual we had fun, Katya was playing hide-and-seek with her project. But, I confess, we asked her to show us, and I made her show her face!
Leigh, like Judi and Katya, likes to do largish, knitting projects and this is her current endeavor. Sad, but not unexpected that the resolution suffers when a phone camera shot of a computer screen falls short.
Beth was busy working on a new 9 oz batting and we got to see her carding machine (Beth is that right?). The first picture is of the drum spinning so it is blurry, and the second when it was the carding was finished.
I was knitting socks, Robin's Egg blue sock yarn by The Wooly Cabin (on Etsy). I liked the color so much I bought enough for two pairs of socks or socks and matching wrist warmers. What's the next project for all of us??