Arrived in Reno, Nevada, and ready to teach sprang. I've got my frames all set up, and a display table full of examples. A surprisingly wide variety of garments, and a wide variety of patterns are possible with sprang.
It is so lovely to meet with others who are excited about sprang.
In Reno at the HGA Convergence, I taught a beginner class, and then a sprang lace class. The students were top notch every one.
Eileen had taken a class from me before. She returned to learn more, but brought along a beautiful sprang hat she had made .... and decorated with a crocheted flower.
The students all worked very hard. Such a joy to see a piece of cloth emerge on the frame ... and lace patterns to boot!
The thing about teaching a non-beginner class is that everyone brings their frame. Some of them have great innovations .... like Rose whose frame came with a stand.
HGA always has a fashion show, and several exhibits. I had two sprang shirts that made it into the fashion show, and then another shirt is on display in the leaders' (teachers') exhibit