Convergent Series

learning, using & teaching metal clay, and other aspects of life

Time for a little R & R….

Posted by C Scheftic on 2011/05/13

I’ve just had “one of those” weeks. The sort of thing where there’s not really anything going on that I might call a crisis, just one where for various reasons, and with several looming deadlines, everything seems to be a lot more complicated and/or take much longer than I’d’ve ever expected. Thus, no time left for blogging. Sigh….

So it was great when Rachell and Ramona came over for some workshop time yesterday afternoon. ‘Twas a “vacation day” for them, and their relaxed holiday mood turned it into a wonderful little break for me too.

I did manage to capture a few images of the twelve (12!) pieces they finished (though OK, some of those will go together in pairs or threes, so we’re talking six final products. But five of those sets are fully reversible, so you could say that gets the count back up to eleven! That’s great for four hours, don’t you think? (And that doesn’t even include the three other pieces they got started and will finish the next time when, hopefully, yet another sister (Renee) will join in on the fun too).

The reason why I’m rattling on about numbers is that I know a number of those were made with the intention of being gifts, so I don’t want to give away any secrets by posting my snapshots of them. All I can say is, if you’re a friend or family member on their holiday gift list, you should hope that you’re one of the ones for whom these are intended…

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