2018-207 Spring in the Woodland

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2018-207 Spring in the Woodland

106.09

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Teacher:  Lynn Payette
Class days: February 17-18, 2018 (Saturday-Sunday)
Style: Mixed media multi fiber
Skill level: Basic Intermediate
Finished Design Size: 9 ½” x 6” 
Ground: White Congress Cloth
Prework: NONE required.
Color Choice: None

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“Spring in the Woodland” is a (non-charted) piece depicting the awakenings of flowers, fungi, and leaves after a long winter sleep.  Emphasis is on creating depth, perspective, cast shadows, using student’s choices of color, techniques, and stitches.

Leaves are over-embellished bonded layers of sheer fabrics, while flowers, buds, fungi and mushrooms are worked in couching (with metallic threads, flosses, and pearl cottons), silk ribbon stitches, beading, overstitching and padding of sheer and novelty fabrics, French knots, open and closed fly, whipped straight stitches, and surrounds of twisted cords in a variety of different thread and metallic combinations.

Kit Contents: Pre-printed Congress cloth; Rachel; metallic braids; metallic and rayon machine embroidery threads; floss; pearl cotton; silk ribbon – 7 and 4 mm.; sheer, opaque and metallic fabrics; novelty threads; beads – seed and bugles; picture of piece; all instructions necessary to finish piece.

Student Supplies: Stretcher bars – (2) 10” and (2) 12”; tacks to mount piece; small sharp scissors (a must); paper scissors – not too large or dull; needles - #7, or #8 crewel, #22 and #18 chenille, #22 tapestry, beading needle (note – bring several of each type needle); scotch tape; glue stick (not the blue type); invisible thread and beeswax; pencil; laying tool or knitting needle – size 5 or smaller; extra lighting and magnification, if desired; bag to transport piece.