Ajates on PCDaily

We move from funny things to secret things. Madrid’s Fabiola Perez Ajates makes inros in surprising shapes with hidden openings.

These are from her April class. Her class photos are practically a class in themselves. You can oggle all all the tools in the background and admire the techniques the students are trying.

Ajates on PCDaily

Fabi’s story is a fascinating one. Did I mention that it’s in the book along with a step-by-step of one of her ingenious creations?

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  • reply Debbie Crothers ,

    Wow this one is sensational. What a beautiful shape.

    • reply Nikolina Otržan ,

      Love Fabi’s work!!!

      • reply amanomade ,

        Fabi es a great person, her work is amaizing and she es more amazing person¡¡¡

        • reply Manon ,

          I love all her work, I was so lucky to attend one of her classes last months and I admire her way of showing things, the bright colour mixes and her positive spirit 🙂

          • reply Meisha ,

            Absolutely LOVE this!!! The colors and compositions are as the name suggest…FAB!!!!

            • reply Mary Anne Loveless ,

              What a wonderful, unique voice!

              • reply Helen Breil ,

                Love, Love, Love Fabi’s work. The engineering some of her pieces have is amazing. She is one seriously talented woman!

                • reply Sandra D. ,

                  Great work.11111111111111

                  • reply Fabi ,

                    Muchas gracias !!! por tus comentarios y también a Cynthia Tinapple :))

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