Find inspiration for creating whimsical and wonderous things from fiber. Themes are offered frequently to jump start your creativity. Use your favorite method, or try some a suggested one, then share through us.
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Welcome to a group where ideas are proposed, and you get to share everything you come up with, past and present, on the given idea. No deadlines. No ending dates. A new themes and ideas will be put forth on the first and fifteenth of each month. Feel free to share your thoughts, concepts, progress, and completed projects on the various themes at any given time. A running tally of themes will be kept at the top of these pages, so that you can visit any of the ideas at any time, and more than once.
The theme for the first of the month will be clear. It might look like: apples, running water, shapes, etc. It could be a combination of words. Whatever appears at that point will be something you have a clear picture of in your mind.
On the fifteenth, the game changes. Your motivator will be something more abstract, and usually come in the form of a phrase. As this group is starting after mid-month, we will start with an abstract idea.
Whatever comes to mind, that you can apply to creating will be worth exploring. You may not accomplish something with every idea, which is ok. Discussing what comes to mind, your visual images and reactions will stimulate all of us. These may lend a hand in helping someone bring an idea full circle.
Welcome to a world of whimsies and wonder. Share your dolls, your quilts, your collages, your beading, whatever fiber arts you create with, share it. Along the way, new techniques will be shared to enhance your imagination. Welcome, welcome, welcome!
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