WORKSHOP WITH JEAN LITTLEJOHN

On Sunday I was lucky enough to get a place on a one day workshop with Jean arranged by my branch (Lutterworth) of the Embroiderers’ Guild.

It was an excellent day as always with Jean and I learned lots of new tricks, using my Embellishing machine. The topic was all about textures and layers and the subject matter was fields and hedgerows. Here are some images from the day, firstly of Jean’s work and then some from the members.

Sample of jean Littlejohn's work

Sample of Jean Littlejohn’s work

Another of Jean's

Another of Jean’s

This one is an altogthere lighter piece of Jean's. rea;;y fine and 'floaty'

This one is an altogether lighter piece of Jean’s. really fine and ‘floaty’

Next are two pages from her Sketchbooks.

Jean's work

Jean’s work

Another sketchook page

Another sketchbook page

The rest are all of member’s work.

Table laid out for Jean to review

Table laid out for Jean to review

Some were total beginners with the embellisher and I think there are quite a few new ones being bought now! šŸ™‚

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A selection of closer views

A selection of closer views

Of course in a day we couldn’t start on big pieces of work so we were encouraged to make little gems showing techniques.

Jean is a really fun person to be with and a very giving tutor. I should love to meet her little grandson who loves to play in her workroom.

A most enjoyable day.

8 thoughts on “WORKSHOP WITH JEAN LITTLEJOHN

    1. dorothyag Post author

      Yes, I also remeber her doing the big talk at regional day… it was hilarious as well as very informative.

      Reply

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