Sunday, August 26, 2012

Fun at Martha's

I must say, the past School of Art Fashion (SOAF) was quite unusual. You might remember that I was scheduled to teach at the SOAF this past July, and because of low enrollment my school was cancelled. Well, it seems as though my school wasn't the only cancellation. That doesn't really make me feel better, because what that tells me is attendence is down all around. But, my pre-day classes had respectable numbers and those classes went off as scheduled.

I wish I had the pleasure of telling you I was able to take a ton of photos, but that is not the case. I was busy teaching and didn't have a co-teacher this time so photos did not get taken. But, I did manage to snap a few pictures of some of the artwork from my crayon tinting class. Here are some of the lovely creations. (Remember, these do not contain embroidery stitches or embellishments yet).

One of the highlights of the SOAF is shopping. Martha makes sure there are lots of bargains to be had and these photos highlight some of the events of Teacher's Selling Night.
Students lined up to attend Martha's fabric sale.

All you can stuff into a ziplock bag for $25 sale.
Rows of kits from the Wendy Schoen booth.

Loads of Floche for sale.
Pink polkadots are my trademark. Beautiful Embroidery Club lessons for individual sale.

Kari Mecca's dress kits for sale.
Debbie Glenn's Teacher Demo Night booth.

Kari Mecca presents her Whimsy Sticks.
Gail Doan and her pretty kits.

1 comment:

  1. Ha, ha! I took that class and you posted a pic of my little Mermaid! I'm famous! lolooool NOT! Hey, thanks for including me! Hugs and Muahs from Long Island, NY!