Come to the Beebe Estate in Melrose to discover “Playing in Color,” a fiber and quilt art exhibit of Joined by Stitch. Meet the artists at the October 7, 2022 reception from 7 to 9 pm.Joined by Stitch is the critique group of Betsy Abbott, Agusta Agustsson, Tarja...
Building Blocks: 1. 2021. Wool, plastic and cotton. See this piece at the Marion Art Center through September 16, 2022. There’s more to this story.
An invasive autumn olive tree offers opportunities to dye wool and create felted fiber art (plus syrup and BBQ sauce!).
• Respect for the other • Citizenship • Compromise • Country over party and corporate influence • Courage • Candor • Compassion • CreativityCore American Values promoted by the Violet Protest Can we agree on these American values? Artist Ann Merton thought so,...
Energetic, in tune with the world, Luke Haynes presented at the SAQA MARI virtual meeting on May 16, 2021. What do you think?
Mom asked me to knit a fingering weight cardigan called Myrtle for her. Of course, I said yes. One syllable led to a knitting adventure.
When objects hold memories and become something new. A Season Well Spent, 2021. Wool, leather, polyester.
“You are where you need to be.” Really? Here’s my end of 2020 state of the studio and self-pep talk.
When there’s a fundraiser for the local Council on Aging, who knows what you’ll find. There were so many hand made items, looking for new homes.
At the virtual “Modemorial,” dozens of people shared their memories about the wonderful Annie Modesitt.