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So, after taking some time away from fabric design (hopefully temporary) and just about everything else, I am starting to re-emerge from my hermitage re-engage with the quilting world. And with that I am encountering some of the same things … Continue reading
Today I am happy to admit that I am from New Jersey. I’ve been waiting for this day for a while. I also know that this is not something that I am supposed to admit on my professional blog, that … Continue reading
If been thinking a lot about creativity (and the creativity industrial complex) over the past twenty-four hours. This time the prompt was an article posted to Salon, about which an esteemed friend of mine wrote, “I don’t often read something … Continue reading
I’ve been thinking about my own propensity for self-doubt a lot recently. The seemingly significant overlap between the motivational/self-help world and the craft world frequently sets me to wondering about myself; all the people posting inspirational aphorisms and quoting professional … Continue reading