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    Harvest Penny Encourages Many in Baton Rouge Louisanna

    07/25/14

    Permalink 12:32:13 pm, by dtirico Email , 215 words   English (US) latin1
    Categories: Background

    Teaching at the South Central Region of the EGA, I had a great time and seemed to have lured a few new fans to the fun world of felted wool appliqué. When they say "Laissez les bons temps rouler", they mean business and for 2 days we were having a great time working with our pumpkins.  To my continued amazement the finishes are rolling in and I wil post them along with their makers' comments - Well done ladies!

    Ta da ... just in time for Fall ... Candy Jepson

    "All done! It looks great in my dining room. I only needed 27 pennies for my rug. It really looks so good. Thank you for guiding us through this project. I've already got a couple more lined up to do. I love working with the felt and the surface stitches."       Sharon Davis


    One Harvest Table Runner finished!  Thanks for a great class.  I now have a new skill. Susan Williams


     

    .. You're pleased???!!! This is the first seminar piece I have ever finished (first seminar 2007). I can't ever remember if I finished a workshop. I LOVED this class. You are a great teacher and I have already been taunting to others that they need to take a class from you. THANK YOU!!!  Bobbi Norris

     

     

     

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    About Deborah

    Deborah Tirico is an avid quilter, needle artist and instructor. A serious student, Deborah has taken classes in embroidery, piecework, appliqué hand and machine quilting. In 2006 she launched originals designs in felted wool appliqué with embroidery embellishments under the name Pemberley House. Her area of specialization is the creation of a sculptural look to felted wool appliqué by using needle tilting techniques and the layering and stuffing of wool pieces. Unlike the primitive felted wool embroidery popular today, Deborah’s designs feature matching and overdyed wool threads and embroidery embellishments which enhance and define the clarity of her subject.
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