Fiber Arts Classes

    • Friday, August 14, 2020
    • (PDT)
    • Sunday, August 23, 2020
    • (PDT)
    • 3 sessions
    • BARN Fiber Arts Zoom Room, Class Code FI081420SB+
    • 3
    Registration is closed

    **This workshop will be live streamed via Zoom.** 

    Take your creative expression to new heights in this 3-day BARN online class. You will use the fabric piecing principles of Boro, a traditional Japanese mending and quilting technique, and associated Sashiko hand-sewing skills to elevate a stack of everyday scraps into rich one-of-a-kind textiles that will beautifully adorn your home and wardrobe. Join internationally renown instructors Shannon & Jason Mullett-Bowlsby and explore the exciting Japanese textile art of Boro! 

    You will use the fabric piecing principles of Boro, a traditional Japanese mending and quilting technique, and associated Sashiko hand-sewing skills to elevate a stack of everyday scraps into rich one-of-a-kind textiles that will beautifully adorn your home and wardrobe.

    “BORO is patched clothing with a lot of small cloths here and there, but nothing fancy like today’s quilted or patched works. It was made purely for the practical purposes for retaining warmth in the snowy areas and for making it last as long as possible where it was hard to obtain any sorts of cloth. When we review its practicality and design from today’s point of view, we are able to realize its incredible sophistication. -Amuse Museum


    Beginners encouraged – No experience necessary! 

    Recycling, repairing, and reworking textiles using Boro and sashiko is perfect for the maker who is ready to try something new and exciting. Even if you have never done any hand sewing and never fused two pieces of fabric together with a needle and thread, this is the class for you! If youve wanted to try quilting but were intimidated by stodgy traditional techniques, youre going to love this class. 

    Well use Boro techniques to create a whole new panel of unique fabric from seemingly unusable remnants and odd pieces. By the end of the weekend, you will have a stunning new fabric that you can use by itself to enhance a favorite garment, accessory, or home décor item. Or use your new textile creation as the basis for a larger project like a quilt top, tote, or throw.

    Want to make your reworked fabric even more special? Use an old shirt, pair of jeans, old ties, or favorite fabric remnants and we will use those items or scraps to work into your design! Any fabric will do. Woven fabrics, pieces of lace, crocheted or knitted motifs… bring it on!

    Have a garment that could use a little dressing up? Or a grocery tote that is just plain bland? Do you have a pair of favorite jeans that have worn through, a jacket that still fits but youre bored with? We will show you how to use your newly created fabrics and stunning stitching skills to take them from drab to FAB!

    Join us and reignite your creativity – one stitch at a time.

    Sashiko and Boro Multi-Day Online Workshop

    Prework: A video on how to create swatches for Day 1 including how to draw the dots and lines on the swatch fabric will be sent out to the email you used to register with.

    Sessions for this class will be recorded. You will be emailed a link at the end of each session to watch the video and practice between sessions. The link for each session will be active for seven days.

    Day 1: Welcome to the Rabbit Hole

    We will then really get our hands involved with learning how to stitch Hitomizashi and Moyouzashi sashiko. Youll master Unshin - handling the needle and thread. Through the exercise of putting needle to fabric using the unique palm thimble and rocker motion of sashiko that we will make you proficient at this awe-inspiring stitching skill.  

    Part One- 2 hours (10 am - 12 pm)

    •  How to read the charts
    •  Hitomezashi: offset running stitches, offset crosses, variation with diagonal stitches

    Break (2 hours) You will use the same link sent in your email to rejoin the class.

    Part Two- 2 hours (2 pm - 4 pm)

    • Moyouzashi: Fluid running stitches following preset templates provided to the students
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    Day 2: Setting up your Project

    We will continue to embellish our new textiles with session you will make a tote bag made from stunning new fabric, or a panel of Boro fabric that can be used to enhance a garment, act as an accessory or home décor item, or use as the basis for a larger project like a quilt or throw.

    Part One- 2 hours (10 am - 12 pm)

    • This is Boro - photo and examples from our work detailing the studies we did of boro textiles and the overall “patterns” we distilled to create a “method” for boro patchwork
    • Project work - Layout of the patches on the bag; basics of how to secure them using sashiko stitches

    Break (2 hours) You will use the same link sent in your email to rejoin the class.

    Part Two- 2 hours (2 pm - 4 pm)

    •  Hitomezashi 2: mountain form, persimmon flower

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    Day 3 The Fruits of our Labors

    One session - 2 hours  (10 am - 12pm)

    • FAQ
    • Putting it all together - finishing the bag including assembly and final tips for finishing
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    Students should have on-hand:

    • Fabric scissors
    • Pencil and pen
    • Washable fabric pen/pencil
    • Ruler
    • Gently (or not so gently!) used garment for patching, embellishing, and altering
    • Any special scrap fabric to use and share in class

    Details:

    • Please note for this class, cancellation requests received 14 days or less before the workshop start date will not be eligible for a refund or credit.
    • Registration for this class closes on August 5th.
    • Materials Fee: There is a materials fee of $10 included in the price of class. Materials will be mailed out to the participants. You will receive an email when kits have been mailed. Please be sure to enter your mailing address when you register. 
    - Fabric
    - Sashiko Thimble
    - Sashiko Needles
    - Aurifil 12wt Thread
    - Pins
    - Transfer paper
    - Tote body and handles for class project

    - Extensive handout including Sashiko pattern templates


        • Skill Level: Universal -- all skill levels welcome.  
        • This class will be taught via the Zoom video conferencing program. For a great video on how to use Zoom, watch this tutorial.
        • An email will be sent to you 1 day before each session start date with the Zoom video conferencing link to join the class. Please watch for this email.
        • You will also receive a link after the first session to view the recording that will be available of the class session. This will give you an opportunity to review and  practice between session dates.
        • Ages 14+ Welcome.
        • Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply.  


        Instructors Bio: 
        Shannon and Jason Mullett-Bowlsby are the dynamic DIY duo known as the Shibaguyz, the inspired creators of Shibaguyz Designz studio.

        The Shibaguyz’ award winning crochet, knit, and sewing designs have been featured in and on the covers of dozens of domestic and international publications. Together, the Shibaguyz team currently has over 300 published patterns and 11 books credited to their name since their first design was featured on a magazine cover in 2010.
         
        Their fashion and portrait photography work can be seen in four of their books. They are sought-after freelance book-packaging designers having created books for major publishing companies like Sterling Publishing, Leisure Arts, and Creative Publishing.

        The Shibaguyz have been teaching adults for 30+ years. Their enthusiasm, quirky sense of humor, and relatable teaching style have made them sought after teachers in both local and national venues like STITCHES Events, Vogue Knitting LIVE, and DFW Fiber Fest. They also have a wide range of online classes available from Blueprint and Interweave.

        Shannon and Jason are proud ambassadors for Aurifil, Clover, BERNINA, Soak Wash, and the Daylight Company. They are working on a new book with C&T Publishing. Look for it in December 2020.

        SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS

        Facebook.com/Shibaguyz

        Instagram.com/Shibaguyz

        Twitter.com/shibaguyz


        • Friday, August 21, 2020
        • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM (PDT)
        • BARN Writers Zoom Room, Class Code WR082120
        Register

        We are celebrating National Poetry Month in August! Join us for the online opening of the Ars Poetica show at BARN. It's exciting to finally be able to bring this beautiful collaboration   between fiber artists and poets to you. Without dressing up or getting in traffic, you can grab your favorite beverage and enjoy this opening show in the comfort of your home. 

        Details:

        • This event will be held via the Zoom video conferencing program. For a great video on how to use Zoom, watch this tutorial.
        • This event is free, but please register to receive the Zoom link. A link will be sent to join the Zoom online event in your registration confirmation. Please watch for this email.
        • Monday, August 24, 2020
        • (PDT)
        • Thursday, August 27, 2020
        • (PDT)
        • 4 sessions
        • BARN Fiber Studio, Class Code FI082420CC
        • 4
        Register

        **This workshop will be live streamed via Zoom.** 

        Want to weave this summer? Pick up a kit from BARN with a loaner loom and wool so you can weave at home with Zoom coaching from BARN fiber artists!

        The loom is sized to fit in your lap, and you will practice basic weaving techniques while making a small wall hanging. Over four mornings, you will learn how to “warp” the loom, create patterns using at least two colors of “weft” yarn and learn how to finish your weaving.  As time allows, you may be able to finish a second weaving project.  Looms must be returned within one week of the end of class. 


        Important Details:

        • This class is for youth 10-14 years old.
        • Registration closes on Wednesday, August 19th
        • To register your youth, please put in the "First Name" field your first name then in parenthesis put the youth's first and last name (if different than yours).
        • A link to join this online Zoom class will be sent to the email you registered with. Please watch for these emails.
        • Looms and kits will be available for only pickup at BARN between 9am - 2pm anytime between Monday, August 17 and Friday, August 21st.
        • A $10 materials fee is added to the tuition price which includes the use of a BARN loaner loom. Looms can be returned at BARN anytime the following week, August 31-Sept 4, between the hours of 9am - 2pm
        • Please have scissors on hand during this class.
        • Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply. 
        • If you have any questions, please email BARN Program Manager at JessH@bainbridgebarn.org


        • Sunday, September 20, 2020
        • 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM (PDT)
        • BARN Fiber Studio, Class Code FI092020RC
        • 0
        Join waitlist

        During this day-long course, you'll design & create a pair of sandals for your own feet that will age beautifully and last many years!

        The class will move through every step of the sandal-making process, starting off by customizing trusted patterns (or inventing new ones) to suit your feet and design preferences. Next we cut and assemble the leather pieces, paying close attention to fit, and finally attach the layers to a VIBRAM rubber sole.


        Rachel Corry has a wide selection of leather colors and textures to choose from. Stylistically, almost anything is possible as long as its a sandal (open toe, open heel). Generally people choose to choose to make either a buckling sandal, a tying sandal, or a slide. Take a look at her website and Instagram to get a sense of popular styles but feel free to gather inspiration from wherever and bring it along.

        This class is hard work: participants use hammers, utility knives, anvils, and get barefoot! 

        Sandal-making is easy to continue at home with a few simple tools once you have the basics down.

        Details:

        • The leather and all materials needed to make your pair of sandals are part of the tuition for this course.  
        • Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply.
        • Skill Level: Universal. All skill levels welcome.
        • Ages 14+ Welcome.
        • Bring a bag lunch. BARN has a a refrigerator and microwave for your use.


        Instructor Bio:  Rachel Corry makes sandals and shoes in Portland, Oregon. She teaches sandal-making classes regularly in Oregon, California, and Washington. She believes that learning to make sandals is a great first step if you're interested in making your own shoes.


        • Saturday, November 07, 2020
        • (PST)
        • Sunday, November 08, 2020
        • (PST)
        • 2 sessions
        • BARN Fiber Studio, Class Code FI110720KE
        • 8
        Register

        Join us for a basketry workshop with Kathey Ervin, one of our favorite instructors, and learn how to create a basket using yellow cedar, reed canary grass, and false embroidery.

        Yellow cedar is often called the 24 caret gold of the northwest. Reed canary grass, although it grows everywhere (often seen in the ditches along roadways), is a beautiful material to work with – it processes and dyes easily.  

        False embroidery technique is used for pattern work and it is worked in as the basket is twined, not added afterwards. False embroidery is unique in that it does not show on the inside of the basket.  

        The first morning will be creating a Tlingit-style twined base, learning folded spoke additions, making the base 2.5 inches across.  Harvesting and preparation techniques will be discussed and a full set of instructions will be included.

        Details:

        • Please note that for this class, cancellation requests received 14 days or less before the workshop start date will not be eligible for a refund or credit.
        • A Materials Fee of $85 is included in the total class price. 

        • Instructor will provide all materials and tools required. If student has a favorite pocket knife – please bring.  

        • Students should wear comfortable work clothes. 
        • Bring a bag lunch. We have a refrigerator and a microwave available.
        • Skill Level: Intermediate -- Students need to have twining experience with basketry weaving.
        • Ages 14+ Welcome.

        Instructor Bio:  Kathey Ervin lives in Sequim, Washington.  After a career as a maker in clay creating mostly dinnerware, twenty years ago Kathey pivoted and began a new career in basketry.  She has gone through various phases of learning, embracing everything from fairly high volume production work, to pursuing her own award winning artistic aesthetic.  Kathey says:  “Every professor and teacher I have ever worked with has talked about learning and ‘passing it on’.  I am passionate about this point, and love the experience of seeing a student begin to pick up a technique, develop it, and then ‘pass it on.”


        • Thursday, November 12, 2020
        • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (PST)
        • BARN Fiber Arts Studio, Class Code FI111220CL
        • 20
        Register

        Looking for a community service project that will lighten the day for a cancer patient?  

        Work with Carol Latham, the Women's Club, and fellow members of the Fiber Arts Studio at BARN to make colorful and imaginative pillowcases for cancer patients living in Seattle while going through cancer treatment at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, Seattle Children's Hospital, and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Resource Center.  

        Patients coming from all over Washington, the USA, and the world for cancer treatment at these facilities stay at the Pete Gross House, a 70 unit furnished apartment complex. This means they often can not bring much from home to personalize their Pete Gross House apartment or make it more cheerful. Getting something as simple as a pillowcase made with love and creativity can brighten these cancer patient's world and make them feel like people care about what they are going through. 

        You don't need to know how to sew to participate in this community service project. 

        Details:

        What to bring:

        • Your sewing machine (if you have one)
        • Fabric that is colorful and fun (per pillowcase: 3/4 yd; 1/3 yd; 1/8th yard) We will also have fabric available.


        Please register so we know how many people will be attending.  Feel free to bring someone with you. Please enter number of "guests" you will be bringing when you register.


        All Community Service Project Workshops in the BARN Fiber Arts Studio are Free for BARN and Non-BARN Members


        Everyone 11 years of age and older is welcome to come and help.

        • Friday, November 20, 2020
        • 7:00 PM - 11:30 PM (PST)
        • BARN Wide Event

        BARN will be closed and the front and back doors locked down to both Members and Non-Members beginning at 7:00 PM on Friday night as we begin preparations for the Bazaar at BARN.

        Doors will reopen to all on Saturday, at 8:00 AM.

        If you have questions, please contact Carla our Membership Coordinator at Membership@bainbridgebarn.org.



        • Saturday, November 21, 2020
        • 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM (PST)
        • BARN wide event- No classes scheduled
        The BARN Bazaar is a new Bainbridge Island holiday tradition featuring a wide variety of art, crafts, and artisan foods, all made by hand. Buy direct from the maker at this annual celebration of the creativity that happens all year round at BARN. From jewelry to wood arts, basketry to weaving, you’ll find an unmatched selection of original handmade items.

        Kick off the holidays in homegrown style. Join us for a day of shopping, food, and community!

        BARN members wishing to participate in this event must be a member for a minimum of 3 months (must join by August 31st) to participate. You can contact Carla Mackey at membership@bainbridgebarn.org for an application which will be available TBD.

        • Saturday, March 27, 2021
        • (PDT)
        • Sunday, March 28, 2021
        • (PDT)
        • 2 sessions
        • BARN Fiber Studio or Great Room, Class Code FI032721DR
        • 18
        Register

        Two days, six sheep breeds, twelve preparations, all local: Here’s a spinning workshop about the woolly wonders to be found nearby.

        Our part of the Pacific Northwest suits a wide range of sheep types, so the fibers will be diverse and appealing—and a number of them will be rare breeds. Within a context of hands-on experience, participants will learn about the historical and cultural backgrounds of the featured sheep, as well as their present-day situations.

        Fully rooted in place, this workshop comes about as a collaboration between Twisted Strait Fibers, a local community organizing a cooperatively-owned fiber processing mill on the North Olympic Peninsula, and Bainbridge Artistan Resource Network (BARN), the non-profit community arts organization in Winslow. It will be facilitated by Deborah Robson, fiber author of The Fleece and Fiber Sourcebook and The Field Guide to Fleece (and UW graduate).

        Students Should Bring to Class

        1. Spinning wheel or spindle; nostepinne or ability to do Andean plying (and this can be learned in the workshop as well); 
        2. combs, carders, flicker or any other fiber-prep tools of choice (and Deb will have some to share); 
        3. note-taking materials, tape, hole-punch to manage samples—and, although we usually run out of time, you may want some quick sampling tools such as knitting needles, crochet hooks or a small Weave-it loom.


        Details:

        • Please note that for this event, cancellations received 30 days or less before the workshop start date will not be eligible for a refund or credit.
        • There is a a $50 material fee for fiber, handouts and other class supplies included in the price of tuition.
        • Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply.  
        • Skill Level: Advanced Beginner.  Workshop participants need to have the ability to independently spin singles and make a two-ply yarn. Beyond this requirement for the workshop, this class welcomes students within the full spectrum of spinning skills — from those with very basic spinning skills through to those who are very experienced and proficient. 
        • Ages: Ages 14+ Welcome.
        • For directions, transportation, and lodging information click Getting to BARN.
        • Bring a bag lunch. We have a refrigerator for people to store their lunches and drinks!


        Instructor Bio: Deborah Robson is a fiber generalist who specializes in spinning, knitting, and weaving, although she experiments with all aspects of textiles. She is the fiber author of The Fleece and Fiber Sourcebookand of The Field Guide to Fleece, in collaboration with livestock expert Carol Ekarius.

        For fourteen years she served as an editor at Interweave Press, including twelve years as editor-in-chief of 
        Spin-Off: The Magazine for Handspinners. At Interweave she initiated the Save the Sheep project and the book Handspun Treasures from Rare Wools. She also edited Shuttle Spindle & Dyepot, has worked in trade, literary, and scholarly publishing, and has written for many publications, including PieceWork, Interweave Knits, Spin-Off,and The Journal for Weavers, Spinners and Dyers, as well as several fiber-related anthologies. Her textile designs have appeared in several magazines and collections.

        She is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors and of the Colorado Authors’ League, and served two terms on the board of directors of the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy (now The Livestock Conservancy). Her current research focuses on the millennia of alliances between sheep and humans, emphasizing the fiber perspective and using Shetland sheep as an example of how the relationships have evolved, and she is publishing monographs on fiber-related topics. Websites related to her work are at independentstitch.comwww.DreamingofShetland.com (a site maintained by friends), www.DRobson.info, and www.Fleeceand Fiber.com.


        • Monday, June 14, 2021
        • (PDT)
        • Tuesday, June 15, 2021
        • (PDT)
        • 2 sessions
        • BARN Fiber Studio, Class Code FI061421SS
        • 2

        This is your chance to work with international fiber artist, Sue Spargo.  In this 2 session workshop on June 14 and 15, students will be creating an embroidery sampler to be finished into a needle roll.

        This class is for students to learn and expand their understanding of many stitches by incorporating them in different formations and combinations. 

        The focus of the class will be on the use of Eleganza Perle Cotton in sizes 8, 5, and 3. Each cover will be unique, using either Kumquat or Turquoise wool as the front cover. Students have the option to learn English paper piecing to decorate the inside with a floral flower.

        Students should bring:

        1. Eleganza Perle Cotton in size 8, 5 and 3.  Pick your favorite colors!
        2. Scissors
        3. 1” x 6” ruler
        4. Small circle template
        5. Spoke Easy + Templates
        6. Marking pencil
        7. Needles
          #24 Chenille
          #18 Chenille
          #3, 1, 15 Milliners
          #11 and #9 Short Darner
          #24 and #20 Tapestry


         Details:

        • Please note, cancellation requests received 45 days or less before the workshop start date will not be eligible for a refund or credit.
        • There is a materials fee of $25 included in the price of class. The materials fee is for Sue Spargo's needle case kit.
        • Lunch is included in the price of this workshop.
        • You will be asked if you would like to opt in to share your email address with other registrants to coordinate sharing a hotel room or ride sharing from the airport or ferry. 
        • Airfare, hotel and transportation are not included.  If  you are arriving from out of town, you should book lodging as soon as possible. Bainbridge Island is a vacation destination and gets busy in the summer. For lodging, transportation, and restaurants, please see Visit Bainbridge
        • Skill Level:  All Levels
        • Ages 14+ Welcome.


        Instructor Bio: Sue Spargo is a much beloved instructor and artist who teaches workshops around the world.  We are very excited to welcome her to BARN.

        Sue was born in Zambia and educated in South Africa.  She later moved to England.  She reports that living in both cultures shaped many of her designs.  You can see the influence of Africa in her choice of colors. The whimsy and charm of her creations reflect African folklore.

        She moved to the United States in 1980 and settled in Ohio where she started her company, Sue Spargo Folk-art Quilts, Inc.in the basement of her home in 2002.  It was here where she embarked on her journey of dimensional layering and embroidery and introduced the world to wools saturated in bright colors, multi-medium layering and embroidery which resulted in textural depth and dimension never before seen.  The circle of fans that love her and her artistry has grown exponentially over the years.  Her company now has a store in Ohio with an abundance of the fiber-related products that she incorporates in her designs as well as her kits, patterns and books.   

        Creative Stitching Book (2nd Edition) by Sue Spargo.  

        Sue Spargo's Creative Stitching Book (2nd Edition) book is available at Esther’s on Island, Quilted Strait in Port Gamble, or online through Sue Spargo's store. The Eleganza Pearl Cotton embroidery thread and different needles can also be found at these stores.

        • Wednesday, June 16, 2021
        • (PDT)
        • Friday, June 18, 2021
        • (PDT)
        • 3 sessions
        • BARN Fiber Studio, Class Code FI061621SS
        • 0


        Join Sue Spargo on an adventure of learning how to do dimensional layering and embroidery. 
        In this three session workshop on June 16 through June 18, students create a tone on tone piece using creative stitching to form texture.

        Sue will guide the students through the study of the stitch. With eliminating color, students will start to understand textural depth and learn the possibilities of simplistic color. Students will also enjoy the art of meditative stitching.

        NOTE: Base circles are required to be appliquéd down prior to class.  You will receive the Sand Dollar kit several weeks prior to the workshop along with wool thread to appliqué the circles.  Please have the circles appliquéd before the first day of this workshop.

        Students should bring:

        Pencil and journal

        Embroidery scissors

        Small and large circle template

        Chalk Pencil

        Extra small 'yo yo' maker (check Amazon)

        3/8” hexagon papers 

        Pencil glue stick

        Needles:
        #24 Chenille needles
        #18 Chenille needles
        # 10 straw needles
        #3 and #1 Milliner needles 

        Scraps of neutral velvet, silk and cottons to make hexagons and yo yo’s

        Cream or grey seed beads

        Neutral #24 Silk Thread for beading

        An assortment of light grey, cream and beige embroidery threads in different weights:

        Eleganza Perle Cotton in size 8,5 and 3; Seagrass; Silken Pearl; Razzle; Dazzle; Eleganza; Dala; Silk Ribbon; Shepards Silk; and Oriental Linen.

        'Creative Stitching Book (2nd Edition)' by Sue Spargo.  

        Sue Spargo's 'Creative Stitching Book (2nd Edition)'  is available at Esther's on Bainbridge, Quilted Strait in Port Gamble, or online through Sue Spargo's store. The other embroidery supplies and different needles can also be found at these stores.

         Details:

        • Please note for this class, cancellation requests received 45 days or less before the workshop start date will not be eligible for a refund or credit.
        • There is a materials fee of $45.50 included in the price of class. The materials fee is for Sue Spargo's Sand Dollar kit and wool thread to appliqué circles.
        • Lunch is included in the price of this workshop.
        • Skill Level:  Advanced Beginner+.
        • Ages 14+ Welcome.

        Instructor Bio: Sue Spargo is a much beloved instructor and artist who teaches workshops around the world.  We are very excited to welcome her to BARN.

        Sue was born in Zambia and educated in South Africa.  She later moved to England.  

        She reports that living in both cultures shaped many of her designs.  You can see the influence of Africa on her choice of colors.  African folklore is reflected in the whimsy and charm of her creations.

        She moved to the United States in 1980 and settled in Ohio where she started her company, Sue Spargo Folk-art Quilts, Inc.in the basement of her home in 2002.  It was here where she embarked on her journey of dimensional layering and embroidery and introduced the world to wools saturated in bright colors, multi-medium layering and embroidery which resulted in textural depth and dimension never before seen.  The circle of fans that love her and her artistry has grown exponentially over the year.  Her company now has a store in Ohio with an abundance of the fiber-related products that she incorporates in her designs as well as her kits, patterns and books.   



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