|Brenda H. and Jeni V. were in the first class,|
and both created a confetti-like scarf
Two guild members attended the first session, and during the two-hour class, they each dyed two silk scarves with bleeding art tissue.
|Jeni V. displays her second scarf with blocks of color|
|Brenda H. used more color in her second scarf.|
|Rachel B. (shown on the right) brought her sister Sarah B. to the class.|
Both created scarves with a floral theme.
|Sandy W. created a gift for a friend who raises pigs|
|Sandy W. brought her youngest son, Jordan to the class. He created gifts for|
his grandmother. Mary H. cuts and places paper sticks on her scarf.
|Jane W. prepares orange blocks for her design.|
|Rachel creates "flames" for her second scarf and Vicky|
decided to add a flock of sheep to hers.
|Jane W. adds black and brown while Sarah B. decides on|
the placement of tissue for her second scarf.
|Vicky B. prepares the multiple pieces to create|
a flock of sheep grazing on a grassy field.
|After placing all the pieces on tissue on the scarf, Mary H.|
carefully sprays them with vinegar water.
|For her second scarf, Sandy W. creates large flowers.|
|Adding the final spritz of vinegar water before sealing|
the scarf in plastic wrap.