1/20 @ 2pmET: Textile Talk: Surface Design Association

Natural Dyes & the Natural Dye Garden January 20 from 2:00-3:00 PM ET for the next Textile Talk! Register. Why use natural dyes? The winter months are a perfect time to plan next year’s natural dye garden. Please join our guests Catharine Ellis, Kim Eichler-Messmer, and Kenya Miles and Rosa Chang of the Baltimore NaturalContinue reading “1/20 @ 2pmET: Textile Talk: Surface Design Association”

Dyes In America| Jan 8th

Botanical Colors FEEDBACK FRIDAY with Kathy Hattori talking about and demoing Dyes of the Americas. We’ll go through some native colors from North, Central and South America that are included in our new dye kit, Dyes of the Americas, as well as some locally grown specialties from our network of dye growers.FREE. RSVP through link.Continue reading “Dyes In America| Jan 8th”

Curator: Decorative Arts Design Series

If you are not aware of the work of Elizabeth Lay, please take the time on Friday, January 15, 2021 – 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. ET to learn about her and from her during the Smithsonian Associates Program. Elizabeth Lay will be one a lecturer for Fiber With A Cause workshop in the summerContinue reading “Curator: Decorative Arts Design Series”

NY Rhinebeck Sheep and Wool Festival Ends October 18th

Virtual this year but still some great sessions, @nysheepwool goes until tomorrow, Oct 18th. Today at 3pm!“Sustainability in the Crafting Community” with Kathy Hattori, Clara Parkes, Sonya Philip, Katrina Rodabaugh, Adrienne Rodriguez, Hannah Thiessen, and Kristine Vejar. * Saturday, October 17th @ 3:00pmET. https://www.virtual.sheepandwool.com/40yearsOfRhinebeck #sustainability #thisiscraft #fiberart #nysheepandwool

Holding Space: Bridging Fiber Art & Racial Identity

Friday, Oct 9 @ 7pmET Holding Space: Bridging Fiber Art & Racial Identity is a virtual panel presentation that features women artists who use textiles and fiber to construct and explore ideas around racial identity. The panel will explore themes like tradition, adornment, and labor that are interwoven in each artists’ work. The event isContinue reading “Holding Space: Bridging Fiber Art & Racial Identity”

Community + Inspiration @ Vogue Knitting Live

My first time at Vogue Knitting Live NYC was last weekend…such a great experience! With all the changes in events due to the pandemic, I get hesitant about virtual events that are so based in a human experience – the reason I enjoy my knitting and weaving community. However, the more intimate lectures and workshopsContinue reading “Community + Inspiration @ Vogue Knitting Live”