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January 26, 2015


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Your collections are beautiful and inspiring! I too surround myself with tiny treasures I love. Your Shibori class looks amazing, I can't wait to see them appear in your books, but they are gorgeous alone as well!

Jan b.

So nice to see you are already contemplating the use of your dyed fabrics. Wish we could do this all over again. I enjoyed it so very much.

Donna Watson

Looks like a wonderful inspiring Shibori workshop... I am sure you will find ways to incorporate all those wonderful fabrics into your work.

caterina giglio

beautiful post, gorgeous work... how fun to play.... xox


Such a wonderful opportunity to learn something new in such a wonderful setting with such creative people. There is a lightness to your images here Roxanne...and to your voice. Cannot wait to see how you incorporate this new technique into your beautiful work.

Lorri Scott

Lovely post Roxanne, and now you know how involved dyeing fabrics can be and how results are obtained! You did beautiful work!

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