Posted by & filed under basket making, basketry, Fiber & Textiles Education, Fiber Art Conference, Sculptural Basketry.

Donna Kallner with bracken harvest Donna Kallner is one of the exciting artists who will be teaching at the National Basketry Organization conference in July, in St. Paul Minnesota. Why not give yourself the gift of a creative retreat with a like-minded community! Learn more at www.nationalbasketry.org According to Donna Kallner, there is not a lot of difference teaching someone to canoe...
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Norman Sherfield: Time Flies The National Basketry Organization is gearing up for an exciting conference in St. Paul, this July. Here is a snapshot of the teachers who will be featured. There's still time to register! These 5-day conferences are built around 3-day workshops with national and international basket makers who both excel at their craft and have proven to be good teachers. Most...
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FAN Fare is a free, online, interactive, monthly web show devoted to inspiring and connecting the fiber arts community. FAN Fare viewers can actively participate in the program and ask questions while watching the live show or just sit back and watch. After the live show, we post every episode online, so you can watch it anytime. (Click below to watch this episode or browse all episode...
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This post is a snapshot of travel in Poland on a textile tour with Jolanta Szymczyk of Experience Poland. It sounds like a wonderful trip! They are heading to Poland at the end of May. Now may be the perfect time for a textile journey! We’ve just arrived in Krakow, Poland’s former capital city. With its rich history, it is a monument to the past, but at the same time it is a modern,...
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