Fashion Show 2008

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Diane bunker's puffy paint technique

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Here come's Betsy wearing one of her fabulous creations!









Unique and one of a kind are Betsy's trademarks












Barb and one of her Barb's Originals Designs. She uses wonderful fabrics and her tailoring skills are impeccable.









No time to stop- the show must go on!











Details of work by Diane Bunker- she designs stencils and then uses her puffy paint technique to create a 3-D explosion of floral designs.









Kendra added a gusset- I think with ties? Can you tell us about these gorgeous pants, Kendra?










From the front they show painting and stenciling










Roberta rocks the house in her quilted patchwork jacket.











The geese are flying and the Seminole like patchwork is really beautiful.










watch out! Here comes a fast moving chicken jacket!










I see some feathers and chicken wire!












Pointing out the details inside










She's off again! Like a shot- or maybe she's trying to catch a chicken?










If I remember correctly this jacket was a colorful tribute to menopause and something about how the eggs hatch and then the kids peck you to death or something like that!








Barb in a felt wool jacket with needle felt designs











Cheryl in a yoyo embellished garment











Laura in her Journey woman Jean jacket











More of Diane's stenciled puff paint art work











Lovely scarf












Barb and another beautiful jacket she made using authentic vintage Japanese fabric inserts










Details











on the back











Lois models one of her gorgeous woven pieces











Here's Cheryl- almost too quick to catch a glimpse of her beautiful outfit but you never miss her smile!











Oh, these casts are lovely










Leslie models a creation by Diane with style and grace











and a final shot of some accessories...
please forgive my inability to name everyone- I didn't get the play bill lined up with the fashions as I should have- please feel free to help me out with names or techniques (such as knit or crochet or applique) if I didn't get it right!

I also have these photos stored here at Flickr if you would like to use this link to go see them in larger sizes.
submitted by Kim Sherrod






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