I have taken so many pictures so I will split them up in a couple of posts. This first part is for the saturday demos. Do click the pictures for a better view.
Saturday is for members only, and wall to wall demos. A very interesting and fun day.
First up was the lovely Martina Schlemminger, who demoed first a cute spotted duck, then a little Swabish pig (not pictured here).
By then we were all very hungry and it was time for lunch.
After lunch Dorry Tierry Niclou showed her technique for hollow ringtops with things inside. Only very small things can go in as they have to pass through the nut in the bottom. She made two, one smooth and one with an impression of an ammonite on the top. Fascinating ...
|Dorry Tierry Niclou|
When we returned Jens Kondrup made a nectar cup for butterflies, shaped like a flower, and a tiny goblet.
|Jens Christian Kondrup|
Saturday is always a very long, intensely informative and interesting day. I love it!
On sunday there were demos too, but alas I missed two since I spent the day tending my booth, mingling and doing some shopping :)
The two I missed were Jens Kondrup making his large hollow kaos beads, and Britta Christoffersen showing how to make a tiny beermug.
I did get to see Connie Sørensen making an ancient zigzag pattern
and Jane Bundgaard give tips on how to make buttons.
Oh, there are so many possibilities and not enough time to try it all :)