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Keepin' it Local
If you are in the Gualala area, mark your calendars for February 18th. That's the day I will be speaking to the Pacific Piecemakers Quilt Guild (PPQG) at the Gualala Arts Center. You don't have to be a member to attend, but there is a $5 fee for non-members.
Here's the write up: "Organic Cotton - The Journey is the Prize - learn why Gualala's own Harmony Susalla left a successful career designing for the largest companies in the world (Walmart, Target, Williams-Sonoma, etc) to start Harmony Art Organic Design, her own organic cotton fabric company. If you were ever curious as to how textiles are designed and printed, this is a lecture you will not want to miss. Harmony will share her design inspiration, production challenges, manufacturing decisions and vision for the future. In addition, you will get an insider's view on the current "green" movement in fabrics, what it means and where it's headed."
In the last 6 years, I have spoken around the country at places such as FIT (New York), Yale (Connecticut), Belmont (Nashville) and for events such as the SDA Conference (Kansas City) just to name a few. It will be fun to be speaking locally for a change. I am really looking forward to sharing my journey with my community. The PPQG is a wonderful group that I am honored to be a fringe member of.
1/14/2011 10:07:43 am
Wish I could come!And ...who made that skirt?
Thanks guys! The skirt was made by the lovely and talented Kate Scott of Birdland Ranch: http://birdlandranch.org/katescott.htm
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