Saturday, November 3, 2007

Workshop

Täna, 3nda novembri laupäeval kell 12, algas Haapsalus pärlitööde õpituba. Selleaastane üritus oli pühendatud helmepõimingutele. Tegevus toimus neljas grupis ja nelja õpetajaga, üks õpetaja veetis ühe grupiga 45 minutit ning vaheajal oli kohv ja snäks. Seekord oli tehnikatest tähelepanu all torukujuline kalasaba (mina), võrk (pärlike), lihtne spiraal (ma:rit) ning helmestest lehekesed (tsunaami). See aasta oli kohale kutsutud helmepood Silverpoint, kellelt sai helmepõiminguteks materjali (mitmes suuruses ja kujus TOHO seemnehelmed, nõelu, nymo helmeniiti jne).

Kiire tegutsemine algas kohe alguses pihta! Inimesed jagunesid vilkalt neljaks grupiks ning olid hakkamist täis. Mul oli alguses natukene raske teemasse sisse elada, aga kui juba neljas kord sai seda sama asja räägitud ja näidatud, siis juba sujus kõik :) Üritasin ka pilte teha, kuid avastasin, et vähe sellest, et ehete pildistamises olen koba, siis inimestest suudan vaid udukogud jäädvustada (ja ausõna, ma sain aru küll, et makro tuleb välja lülitada...). Kusjuures paljud imestasid ja küsisid, ega ma selle fotokaga oma pilte ehetest tee. Mõned pildid toon ikkagi siin ära, mis siis, et udused - aga see-eest... ülejäänud pildid on veel udusemad....





Today on the 3th November at 12 o'clock there was a beading workshop in Haapsalu. This year was dedicated to beadweaving. Four teacher were working with four groups for 45 minutes and after coffie-breaks teachers would change groups. This time we had chosen four tehcniques to be herringbone (by me), netting (by pärlike), simple spiral (by ma:rit) and beaded leaves (by tsunaami). This time we invited Silverpoint to sell beading supplies (like TOHO seedbeads in various sizes and shapes, needles, Nymo etc).

Everything started so quickly! People gathered in four groups and were eager to begin. I had some problems to grasp the whole situation and put myself into it, but I think I got it at least the last time I explained and showed the technique fourth time all over again :) I tried to take pictures, but I realized that addition to my poor pictures of jewelry I'm able to catch only foggy images of people (and yes I did remember to switch off the macro...). Although many people were surprized to see my camera and asked if I really take pictures of my jewelry with that. I did put some pictures here although they're quite foggy - at least... others are more foggy
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3 comments:

mags said...

Thank you for sharing this with us!
-I know how overwhelming it is to teach 'beading with needle' or anything, a very exhausting experience! But at the same time one is happy to meet so many enthusiastics, hein?? ;-D

mdmB said...

you're absolutely right, mags! emotions were quite controversal, but it was definately an exiting experience!

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