Sunday, February 25, 2018

Freezer Paper Resist....Class


Welcome to the Permission 2 Play Class



Today we are playing with...

Freezer Paper Resist

Surface Design Technique





Class Samples





We are working on 100% cotton fabric... 

mostly gradient fat quarters





Screen Printing Inks:

Versatex and Speedball brands






Freezer Paper





LuAnn....that's me,

is leading class today.






My freezer paper triangle shapes have been

ironed to my hand dyed fabric...





I am rolling magenta ink over the top...



I used a hair dryer to dry the ink:


This is what it looks like after

the freezer paper has been removed.

This is heat set with an iron and the ink

is permanent and washable and soft.





Students cutting and ironing freezer paper to fabric





Rolling ink over the freezer paper





Ta- Da......DONE!





Freezer Paper.....paper dolls before inking...





Paper Dolls.....after inking





Before...




After





Before...





After





Fun organic shapes!





Everyone loves.....Freezer Paper Resist!





Peeling off the Freezer Paper..





After





Drying the screen printing ink...





After





After





After





This is our class mascot.....Super Cute!



Please Join us for our Next Class:

Permission 2 Play
T-Shirt Scarf Class
Thursday, March 22, 2018 @ 1:00
JanniLou Creations Quilt Shop
1243 Main Street
Philomath, OR 97370
541-929-3795


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 the 4th Thursday of each month at JanniLou Creations Quilt Shop, Philomath, OR

If you are interested in joining this class contact:
LuAnn Kessi   kessi@pioneer.net

Our Best To You,
Instructors: Nancy Bryant, Kathi Borrego, 
Debbie van der Sommen, LuAnn Kessi

 Many Thanks for the support of:
JanniLou Creations Quilt Shop, OSU Folk Thrift Club of Corvallis, OR, Mary's River Quilt Guild, Donations made by private individuals, Good Samaritan Hospital, Samaritan Regional Cancer Center, Corvallis Clinic Oncology, Project H.E.R.
You make this class possible!

Saturday, February 24, 2018

Buttons....Wine Glass Charms



A couple weeks ago I sorted my buttons...










Here they are on the jewelry table...

ready to play!



Here is my first button creations:


Wine Glass Charms...






2 sets of Wine Glass Charms!






Yes, these were FUN!


Go Make Some...


Below is a video of the yearling cattle.

They crossed the river below the house to eat

the grass along the river bank.

It was going to rain, the river will rise

and they will be stranded on the opposite side,

so we had to herd them back over to our side:

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May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,

LuAnn Kessi

Friday, February 23, 2018

Snow...


We woke up to a dusting of snow...



The little yellow building in our yard

is the Thread Shed

This is where the hum of a sewing machine

can be heard...





Along side of the Thread Shed is a

Camellia bush....it always blooms in February.






This is the view out the back door...

you can see the cow barns 

in the center of the photo.






This is the view out the front door...

Black yearling calves waiting for breakfast.



Here's the hay wagon:


Breakfast is on the way!

The cowboy feeds off the back... while I drive.






After the hay is fed,  we take a walk-through

to check on the calves to be sure everyone

is eating and looks healthy.





This is our 2017.... Calf Number 1

He just turned 1 year old this week!



Here is a short video of Snow Chores:

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LuAnn Kessi

Thursday, February 22, 2018

Morning Chores...


This is what greets me each morning

out @ our little red barn...



Nanny Goats and Nanny Kids...





I begin and end each day with these sweeties!














After the goats are fed,

We load up the hay wagon and 

feed 57 head of yearling cattle:



They eat 600 lbs of hay each morning.




Then we head across the river to the cow barns:


The first thing we do is walk through the barn to

check on the 50 pregnant cows...

and look for any new baby calves.




Then we head down to the lower barn

to check on the replacement heifers:



This is my favorite heifer, Golden Girl



This is Golden Girl....2 years ago:


She will be having her first baby in a few months.



Enjoy the Video @ the Cow Barns:

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LuAnn Kessi