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Hello It's Autumn

 Yes - it's autumn. 
And this morning started a big misty - which meant I could see lots of cobwebs.
 Lots of leaves are turning red too.
  I had a class with Angie Hughes last week.  A class with Angie is always good.  
We started off by free machining basic patterns and shapes.  I used a different colour top and bottom.  I really liked the effect it gave. 

 Angie showed us her sample book.  they look really good against black paper.  But again - it shows that you need to make a sample book... 

 Angie made a landscape - which she was going to cut up and use on cards - a great way to make samples and make good use of them.
Here's Angie's picture.  It's a landscape.
Mine looks less like a landscape - much more abstract.  Still lots to do on it.
Have a great weekend (what's left of it).


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