The Month Of May – Part 2

30 05 2012

In the last post, I was telling you about the last day at Tan-Tara resort at the Missouri Fiber Artists (MoFA) conference.

After Annie gave her presentation and we checked out her quilts, the style show was next.  I took photos of almost everyone’s garment because they were all so wonderful, but there’s quite a few to post, so I will post a few here and if you are interested in seeing the rest, you need to join Facebook, Like the Missouri Fiber Artists page, and I’ll have the rest of them posted in an album…eventually!

These gals can sew and not only can they sew, they are in to making their own cloth using surface design.  The garments and ideas represented in the fashion show were awe-inspiring.

I can’t tell you who made this. It all went too fast. This is a fiber student doing the modeling.

This is Carlene Fullerton doing the modeling. I think Sharon Kilfoyle is the creator of this smashing silk piece.

Carlene again modeling a gorgeous jacket.

I thought this little orange jacket was quite creative.

And the winner for Best of Show is….

The wedding dress…made entirely of white plastic bags! One of the students made this.

Stay tuned…Part 3 is coming.

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3 responses

30 05 2012
Lynda

Great show and I LOVE the wedding dress!

30 05 2012
kathy

Yes, the wedding dress was the last entry to come in the room. It was pretty stunning!

19 06 2012
Jaime Haney

Wow, what creative and beautiful pieces. I’ve seen similar dresses like the wedding dress, so fun!

I’ve been working on Farmer Dave… sketches to come soon :)
Jaime

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