to create waxy papers. The second day, Erin taught her magic, showing us options on how to create on top of the waxed prints, mounting them on a substrate, and then instructing us on the long stitch, chain stitch, and explained the coptic stitch.
A special thanks to Fleta Monhagan for hosting us at 310, and to Bet Kindley for opening up her home to me! It is always a pleasure to teach in Asheville! I have been fortunate to meet so many new fellow artists and amazing people who come to the classes to create. It's a fantastic start to the summer!!!
Below are just a few of the works created.