Sunday, November 28, 2010

Hyperventilating with geeky excitement!!!


My sewing buddy, a few of her fashion industry buddies and I are booked in and waiting anxiously for a weekend in late February, when we get to learn from the master of Subtraction-cutting, Julian Roberts. He's teaching a master-class at Beautiful Silks in Fitzroy.

OH. MY. GOODNESS. What this bloke doesn't know about manipulating fabric around a body in all manner of sculptural forms isn't worth knowing.



And I'm going to learn from him.



Eeep!

15 comments:

Tania said...

OK. I ‘get’ the EEEP! You won me over with those two shots. Lady, you're head is going to be spinning!

Esther said...

wow lucky you sounds like you will have fun!

Handmade said...

How totally amazing - you go girl! But can he sculpture a bag with magnetic closures???? hmmm??

thornberry said...

Oh WOW! That's amazing! I am already so looking forward to hearing all about it!

Liam's Mummy said...

That looks like HEAPS of fun!

Andi said...

We're all with you in geekville!!!!

Cath @ chunkychooky said...

I'm with Tania, I was excited by the photo of that white frock!

Jennie said...

That looks magical! Can't wait to see what you'll do with your new knowledge.

Ooty said...

ooh lucky lucky you!!!!

A Peppermint Penguin said...

you going to start counting sleeps from now!?

my mind is boggled just looking at the pictures - good thing it's not *me* going!

Congrats on securing a place.

Fer said...

Wow... really really wow....!!!

Melanie Gray Augustin said...

Oh My Goodness! Colour me super jealous!

Anne said...

I would love to do that! I'd never heard of him, not being in the business. Now I've visited the links you gave and ordered his book!! Even had a little play yesterday with some fabric after looking at the pictures. It really triggers off ideas. Pity I live interstate.
Cheers
Anne

Buy Design said...

Oooh anything that doesn't involve 12 inches of snow looks good to me. If only I didn't have to did the car out of the drive I would be on my way.

Mary said...

OK, I'm green, green, green with envy! Boy, would I love to attend that class!

I was lucky enough to take a 4 day class in Tambour beading this past summer from Prof. Bob Haven at the Univ. of Kentucky. Nothing can be better than learning from an established expert.

Have a fabulous time!