I taught another tiny world class yesterday. It was a great day for it- overcast and cool. Perfect to gather with friends and do a project! There were 9 students all together, but, as usual, I forgot to take photos and only have a few of the projects to show.
In the morning, we all worked on little houses-
After lunch we made our “hills” and put them all together. Here are some that got finished- sorry for the not-so-great photos.
Greta’s- glue drying in progress-
She added a side garden- isn’t it adorable!
Crystal‘s- she wrote more about the class here–
And my son, Julian, took the class too. Here is his-
Everybody did really well. Each person was able to do something unique which made it their own. It is so much fun to see what people come up with.
I will be teaching again on Saturday, October 17. Space is limited to 8, so let me know if you are interested.
these are so beautiful. Such creativity! Wonderful job on the class.
Crystal has some great photos of the class :D How fun!
oh, I want to take that class are you ever in Portland, OR?
Love them! so small and yet so detailed!
I’ve actually finally started doll making. I downloaded your pattern from PurlBee and used the arm, torso and legs. I drafted a pattern for my dolls face as I wanted a different look and its made with cotton fabric instead of felt – as that is what I have in my stash at present.
She is posted on my blog now.
Thank you so much for your inspiration!
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These are so adorable!
You are so talented!