Sunday, June 8, 2014

Leaf Bowls…..Permission 2 Play Class


Permission 2 Play

Molded Leaf Bowl Class






Molded Leaf Bowl






Instructor:  Nancy Bryant







Nancy demonstrates pattern placement on fabric






We are using








Auditioning Fabric Choices






The bowls are quite sturdy and hold heavy items




Let the cutting begin…



























Molding the heated Bosal over a metal bowl…






The leaf bowl is shaped









Everyone is getting DOWN with leaf bowls!





















































Leaf Bowls……lots of FUN!




Next Permission 2 Play Class:

Thursday, June 26, 2014 @ 1:00 pm
Instructor:  LuAnn Kessi
Technique:  Soy Wax Batik





Permission 2 Play is a FREE class offering for cancer 

diagnosed patients.

No Experience is necessary to participate.

All supplies are provided for the students.

Classes are held at JanniLou Creations Quilt Shop in 

Philomath, Oregon

If you are interested in joining this class contact:

LuAnn Kessi   kessi@pioneer.net


Many Thanks to JanniLou Creations Quilt Shop in 

Philomath, Oregon for your support. This class
would not be possible without you!



A BIG Thank You to OSU Folk Thrift Store, Mary's 

River Quilt Guild and those who provide funding to 

purchase the needed supplies for these FREE classes 

offered to cancer diagnosed patients.


Our Best To You,

Nancy Bryant
Virginia Gregory
Kathi Borrego
LuAnn Kessi

6 comments:

Judy Sall Fiber Art said...

These are great! Can the mold be purchased? And I've never heard of moldable stabilizer.. can you share the manufacturer's name?

Gari in AL said...

Oh, how I wish I still lived in Oregon: was dragged away by my parents 55 years ago and still resent it. However, I love the class and would have loved to learn how to make the bowls. Great post.

LynneP said...

Awesome awesome awesome!!!

Susan at TheBoredZombie.com said...

Nice! I've heard of these but not see them in person. They seem pretty cool

Lynda said...

What a fun class! Thanks for sharing.

LuAnn Kessi said...

Hi Judy,
I included a link to the Bosal in this blog post. Just click on it and it will take you to it online where you can learn more about it.
LuAnn in Oregon