Pushing Textile Art to an Extreme Form

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  This Guest post is courtesy of fiber artist and teacher, Pat Pauly. Hold the catalog of Quilt National ‘17 in your hand and you’ll feel the energy. It’s got color and lots of it, but there is more. Offering a substantial background on Quilt National, an exhibition that steered… Read more »

It’s Time for Creative Strength Training!

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I’ve led more workshops (at Jane Dunnewold Studios) than I can count, and have encountered people all along the continuum of creative confidence. Some people were already comfortable with their creativity, and easily introduced themselves as “artists.” They were usually sitting next to someone, who when asked, flatly denied any… Read more »

Book Review: Fabric Painting at Home

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Fabric Printing at Home By Julie B. Booth (Quarry Books) Julie B. Booth is an exceptionally imaginative fiber artist and a well-respected teacher who is making her first inroad into publishing to widen her audience and selflessly share her knowledge. Years of research and lots of no holds barred experimentation… Read more »