Elizabeth Woodford
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  • Stafford, Va
  • United States
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What type of textile arts are you interested in?
I am into everything from creating fabric from various fibers to stitching clothing to dyeing fabric and beaded embellishments.
What's your favorite type of needlework?
My Swedish Grandmother and my Mom were my first teachers and things were launched from their incredible inspiration.
How did you learn about Stitchin' Fingers? (Search Engine, a friend, another website?)

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At 21:34 on May 6, 2012, Terry said…

Elizabeth, yes, I know Susan Elliott. I studied Japanese Embroidery with her for about a year. I also follow her blog (when time permits), and took an e-Course from her a few months ago. She used to be the President of the Constellation Embroidery Guild, and I first met her there. Your work is amazing. Your dyed fabrics are scrumptious! I love your batiks....lovely designs!!! Thanks for the friendship!!

At 7:44 on June 1, 2011, Paul Phillip Evans said…
Thank you Elizabeth for your kind comments :)
At 11:34 on April 3, 2011, Liz in Kansas said…
Now that our Traveling Page swap is over, Ruth has suggested submitting an article to Cloth Paper Scissors magazine.  Would you be interested in showing your book?  Please let me know.
At 9:15 on October 20, 2010, Anneliese said…
Hello Elizabeth, thank you so much for the explanation with the gelatine. You are so active with teaching that I hardly dare another question, but here it is anyway: Is this normal gelatine, which you use in the kitchen? Do you apply the colour on it when it is hard? I remember that I read it somewhere in a magazine, but who knows where ...........? I copied your text so there wont be any problem with remembering in the future.
At 15:09 on October 19, 2010, Anneliese said…
Hello, new friend! I am delighted. If you open my page and further photos, you find a album named scrumbles. And you can see the scarf which I made one year ago and when I put it around my neck and go out it is sensational! I prepared many little pieces which I will assemble once ...... hopefully! Your work is fantastic - I love the printed fabrics, your beadwork excellent. Gel print? How does this work?
At 8:02 on October 19, 2010, neki rivera said…
thank you for befriending me.your bead work is so different from what one sees around. i really like it. and your fabrics are great too.
At 17:12 on October 6, 2010, Ruth Lane said…
Elizabeth - Thanks for the gift. I'm not sure I'm always feeling full of grace about how this swap is going but trying my best to be diplomatic about it. Thanks for taking the time to let me know how you feel and for keeping on track with sending your pages! ;0)
At 16:42 on October 6, 2010, Crazy by Nath said…
Hello Elizabeth,
Thank you for your comment on my textile book and for your invit.
I love your work !
At 19:28 on September 8, 2010, Susan Elliott said…
Thanks for all the love Elizabeth! I'm falling in love with beadwork all over again by looking at them again myself! I still have one left to finish which is in the planning stages...glad to be back...I'm off to catch up with you...
At 10:15 on August 31, 2010, thinkin' bout threads (karenNms) said…
Hi Elizabeth....just looking around the site at photos and saw your batiks. I haven't seen or thought about that technique since my school days where we did some in an art class -- jr high or high school?! :)) How fun to think about that again! Yours are very pretty!

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