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Thread: Meredith Woolnough

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    Meredith Woolnough

    I just watched a fascinating youtube video by Meredith on creating thread sculptures on water soluble stabilizer. There is a link on a The Quilt Show but I went direct to youtube as it feeds better. The title is ...Free Textile lesson with Meredith Woolnough. She also has a web site http://www.Meredithwoolnough.com.au

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    I just viewed her website and gallery......aren't those really beautiful!! Thank you for taking me to an interesting new show today.

    Jan in VA
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    peacefully colors my world.
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    As an emerging artist, her prices are very reasonable as well. She recently was guest speaker at our group meeting. Her works are intricately beautiful and she is a true teacher. Nice to have met her.

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    I stumbled across her work on Pinterest just yesterday. Really nice. Really different.
    marykayhopkins123.blogspot.com

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    Interesting what folks do to allow their creativity to shine. Thanks for sharing! Beautiful work!
    "A woman is like a tea bag-you can't tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water." Eleanor Roosevelt

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    WOW, thanks for sharing!

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