By Vickie Howell
A social gathering of the greatand growingcrafting neighborhood by way of everyone’s favourite artful grrrl: the really good VICKIE HOWELL
Bestselling writer and stitchery dynamo Vickie Howell places down her needles to pay tribute to her fellow crafters! Her impressive new assortment gains interviews with 30 winning expert craftspeople in addition to profiles of a various team of roughly 60 amateurs. and each interview features a photograph of the topic, plus a peek at their paintings or their studio.
This projecta real exertions of lovealso files how social networking websites, teams like sew ’n’ whinge, and replacement revenues shops resembling Etsy have helped create a detailed group of crafters captivated with their paintings and every other.
Includes interviews with such influential crafters, designers, and company humans as:
Renowned quilter Denyse Schmidt
The artful Chica, Kathy Cano-Murillo
Artist and dressmaker Mary Engelbreit
Emmy-nominated host of Creative Juice, Cathie Filian
Indie craft documentarian Faythe Levine
Scrapbooking legend Sandi Genovese
Project Runway winner and upholstery fashion designer Jay McCarroll
TV Host and writer Mark Montano
Craft pioneer Carol Duvall
Famed textile fashion designer Amy Butler
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Jenny worked in the university's art department, but had already started Sublime Stitching. It happened for all of us, randomly, at the same time. It has all worked out. I'm not saying that it's not scary--but I haven't had to go back and answer phones or flip burgers. VH: Although we've come far over the past decade, society still seems to frown on handicrafts, as related to a career. Please share how you turned your passion for being creative into a livelihood. JP: You know, it was luck more than anything, but it wasn't just luck.
But why did I have no desire to craft? I'm not sure . Occasionally, I'd find myself in a craft or hardware store, and that tingly sensation of standing in awe of possibility would overwhelm me. " I finally embraced my crafty side when my mom gave me a sewing machine a few years ago. org (see page 77). My life changed. Connecting with a craft community completely inspired me to make things and to connect with other creative people. No more denying it. I am so very crafty. The warm, fun, generous crafting community feeds my soul and makes me want to keep creating.
VH: You should bring that back and spray-paint stencils over them for a modern touch. That would actually be really cool. ER: I bet I can remember how to do it all too, because, you know, when that's all you do for a year. . I also made latch hook rugs, anything like that. So I guess it just continues. It's why I'm a designer now. VH: Do you have a memory as a professional artist that will always stick with you? ER: For a year, I ran an art gallery here in Brooklyn with a friend. Patrick and I had a storefront that we rented as a design office, and we wondered what else we could do with the space.