Wednesday, December 02, 2009

New Projects!!!

I'm very excited to be part of a new outreach project with my EGA chapter - Gentle Pursuits of Richmond. We will be making two Elizabethan style coifs for the interpreters at Agecroft Hall. You can read all about it on the blog I write for the group . We hope to post regular updates as we work on this project. Let us know what you think!

Here is my practice motif. I think I'll need to try another!

My other exciting news is that I will be taking the class The Mermaid in her Grotto in February. I had originally been planning to take Tricia Wilson Nguyen's Goldwork Masterclass through her Online University, but then I saw the mermaid!


Elmsley Rose said...

Lovely motif!
Thanks for pointing me to the Gentle Persuits blog - I'll be following it.

Personally, I've decided to take the Masterclass the first time around, then Mermaid when it is repeated (I've heard that it will be). I definitely want to do it as well. I don't like the pattern so much, but I'm in it for the techniques. :-)

Di Pais said...

Looks great!!!! Thanks for being so connected to this project and the blog.

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MarthaD said...

I am taking the Mermaid class as well (assuming we can get to W'burg from the snowy mid-west). Look forward to seeing you there. . . I'm wondering whether we met at Plimoth. . .were you there at the first August stitching bee (was that 2007)?

I love your samples and the Richmond outreach project!

Margaret said...

I'll see you next week Martha - let's be positive and forget about the snow since I have to drive there. Yes I was in Plimoth that August, it will be good to see you again. Little did I know than that I would have the chance to make a coif!