One of the many many classes offered was learning to make metal pieces to wear as jewelry or add to any variety of quilts or artwork.
Check out the trees! A little twist here and a little twist there. . . here a twist, there a twist. . . poof. . . it's a tree.
Every tree in the room looked totally different. The right piece of metal embellishment can really enhance your art work.
Then there were some woven options. Weave it tight, weave it loose, push, pull, bend, twist and look what you can create. . . .
Then there was Barbara Callahan and her way cool knitted jackets. As I walked passed the room I was invited in to see what was going on. Wow! Each and every jacket looked spectacular. Barbara offered precut pieces of knitted garments to her students to play with resulting in a composite of colors, textures, patterns . . just-a-mixin' & matchin' away. The ladies all left the room with the biggest smiles I have ever seen.
Tomorrow is another day at the Expo. Let's see when I find. . . whatever it is, I am sure it will be colorful and creative.