Studio Tour September 8 and 9, 2018

Dennis and I continue to develop new products for the Tour.  Absolutely new this year are the ice-dyed garments.  Of course, I am a quilter, so there will also be ice-dyed fabrics for quilters, as well as new quilts.

We have also continued to evolve our bronzed and metallized wooden bowls.  And, Dennis has gone back to his first love in woodturning–twists–for some spectacular beer tap handles.

This is the best time to see the full range of our pepper mills, sewing rippers, needle cases, salt shakers, bowls, and other useful products that we introduced at previous Studio Tours.

Watch for the brochure with a map throughout the Tri-Lakes area in August, or go to Front Range Open Studios.com to see all of the previews.

 

Front Range Open Studios photos for 2018:

Brochure and Feature Photo =Bronzed ’emerging bowl’ turned from a solid block of wood by Dennis, finish by Kay

Two parasols – one of 4 small quilts interpreting the same drawing (Kay)

Twisted beer tap handles – an elegant option for the home bar (Dennis)

Fish quilt – Dyed raw silk, quilted, one of two (Kay)

Lady’s Footstool = turned from American Cherry by Dennis

Bronzed Urns = 3 wooden urns with screw-on lids, bronzed and patinated, Dennis

Viking Sunset Bowl – metallized finish and color with texture (Dennis)

‘Vacation’ quilt – small enough for an Airstream (Kay)

‘Ice Nebula’ detail of ice-dyed harem paints (Kay)

Snowmen = turned from aspen and walnut by Dennis

‘Alegre’ Still Life Quilt, started in a class with Katie Pasquini Masopust; machine pieced, machine quilted –from a photo by Kay Liggett

Notions – a static-free brush for the desk or sewing machine; easy-grip seam ripper, Kay

ten tops = Various woods, different shapes for the universal child, Kay

 

 

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