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Etsy Update

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Art Market is over, and with my copious amounts of left over inventory I have set up my Etsy shop again. I will be adding stuff gradually (there’s a lot!) so keep checking back if nothing strikes your fancy just yet. Click the image to go straight to my shop!

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December 13, 2010

Art Market 2010

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The time is upon us! This week is MICA’s fourth annual Art Market and you know I’m going to be there selling all manner of handwoven goods. This is only my second year as a vendor but I had a blast last year working the fiber table and talking to the super wonderful Baltimore crowd that came out to shop. Here’s a sneak peek at what I’ll be selling, with lots more to choose from starting this Wednesday!

Handwoven twill wall hangings in cotton, tencel, and bamboo

Handwoven twill wall hangings in cotton, tencel, and bamboo


Reed baskets in all shapes and sizes

Reed baskets in all shapes and sizes


Handwoven bookmarks for every reader

Handwoven bookmarks for every reader

I hope to see you there!

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December 5, 2010

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.

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October 24, 2009
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