Yesterday I taught an Introduction to Tapestry workshop for some wonderful and talented folks at Reynolds Homestead. This was the first time I taught this particular topic, and I'm still pretty new to tapestry myself, so saying that my stress level leading up to the class was a little high would be entirely accurate.
But it went really well! At least I think it did. So before I write about the class and post some photos I want to thank everyone who made this possible and helped me keep what's left of my sanity.
- First of course, my husband Eric, who endured less than stellar meals and housekeeping for the past month, and who was very supportive, as he always is.
- My friends Darcy and Karen, who let me use them as guinea pigs and gave very good suggestions for making the class go more smoothly.
- My pal Lawre, who always offers good perspective and encouragement, and who can find some humor in almost every situation.
- Otto Strauch who has at least one of every tool known to mankind and knew just what to do to make the little loom legs.
It really was a fun day, and I learned so much myself preparing for the class! As soon as I've recovered, I'll post some pics.