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Time to Change

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Cotton, Cashmere

Cotton, Tencel, Linen

Cotton, Recycled Silk

Cotton, Cashmere

Some samples get a new life as lovely wall hangings. In addition to my bookmarks, these will also be on sale during MICA’s Annual Art Market.  December 9-12, 10am to 6pm in the Brown Center.

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Purple Scarf

Tencel and Cotton


On sale at MICA’s Art Market starting this Wednesday!

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Personal Scriptures (Prayer Cloths), Cotton, Tencel, Bamboo, and Linen, 2009



Handwoven cloth: Pickup with Twill
An exploration of religious meditation and personal symbolic referencing through folk-based storytelling. Considers the magical quality of objects in the act of creation and the power of faith in placing importance on objects.

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As I’ve mentioned, MICA’s Holiday Art Market is right around the corner. If you’re around Baltimore, come to MICA’s Campus, Leidy Atrium in the Brown Center, this week to explore the ultimate holiday shopping ground. There will be 250 vendors consisting of students, staff, and alumni selling everything from jewelry  and pottery to handmade books and fine art prints. I will also be there, selling delightful handwoven gifts to tickle the fancies of book worms and textile lovers young and old. Come check out the sale, Wednesday December 9 to Saturday December 12, 10 am to 6 pm. And check back here to see more examples of what I’ll be selling leading up to the Wednesday sale.

Bookmarks and Bookmark in action

Fringeless and Fringed, Twills and Rag Rug

Fringeless and Fringed, Twills and Rag Rug

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Shrine (2009) Digital Photograph: Woven Cloth, Found Objects

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Woven Bookmarks

Woven Bookmarks

This year I decided to actually get off my butt and participate in MICA’s annual Art Market doing what I do best- weaving! These little hand woven bookmarkets make for a perfect and unique Christmas gift, so if you’re around Baltimore Dec. 9-12 (I’ll remind everyone again as the date gets closer) you should stop by and pick one up for your favorite bookworm and art lover. The best thing is they’re made mostly from eco-friendly fibers and recycled fabrics, making sustainable cloth look super classy.

This silly fish print fabric made that bookmark!

This silly fish print fabric made that bookmark!

I have quite a few, so anything left over will probably go on etsy, and keep a look out in the coming months for more hand woven awesomeness from yours truly.

handwoven bookmarks

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