Deborah Robson has been working with textiles since before she could read. She spins, weaves, knits, crochets, and otherwise finds endless intrigue in the numbers of things you can do with fiber, and the multitude of ways in which you can manipulate it.
My project was inspired by the Indian tunic, with its richly embroidered yoke and hemline.
As fall begins – here in Lithuania anyway – I am determined to spend more time writing, less time roaming the streets. I’m sure the weather will cooperate in furthering this plan. And while I am in Lithuania, what better to write about than history? And where better to begin than at the beginning? The beginning of what? Of my attempt to understand.
I have a cool project and an article in the new issue of Sockupied (Spring 2012). Inspired by the inner socks worn by Albanian men […]
This is an old blog post from our visit to TNNA in San Diego, CA 2007. Donna will be attending the TNNA conference in Phoenix, […]
Here are two semi-related notes about things I love. I hope it gets you thinking about what you love and that you’ll spend time indulging […]