Rural Textile Inspiration

Get Out of Town! A Weekend of Wool + Color

I met Sarah Ryhanen of SAIPUA back in February, when she visited Oaxaca to further explore plant intelligence, sensitivity and the paranormal. As a well-known soap and flora aficionado, with a 100-acre farm upstate and gorgeous studio in Red Hook,

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Get Out of Town! A Weekend of Wool + Color

I met Sarah Ryhanen of SAIPUA back in February, when she visited Oaxaca to further explore plant intelligence, sensitivity and the paranormal. As a well-known soap and flora aficionado, with a 100-acre farm upstate and gorgeous studio in Red Hook,

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Work In Progress: Rosa Novak

Last week I got the chance to chat with Rosa Novak, TAC’s most recent Work In Progress (WIP) resident, as well as the opportunity to tag along on her immersive ‘Field Guide to New York Clays’ workshop. We got a

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Work In Progress: Rosa Novak

Last week I got the chance to chat with Rosa Novak, TAC’s most recent Work In Progress (WIP) resident, as well as the opportunity to tag along on her immersive ‘Field Guide to New York Clays’ workshop. We got a

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Summer Classes at Byrdcliffe

  Isabel Wilson is a clothing and textiles designer we have covered in the past for her debut collection. Isabel is based out of Brooklyn & Woodstock, NY & sells her collections in NYC at Jumelle, ONA, Albertine & other places across

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Summer Classes at Byrdcliffe

  Isabel Wilson is a clothing and textiles designer we have covered in the past for her debut collection. Isabel is based out of Brooklyn & Woodstock, NY & sells her collections in NYC at Jumelle, ONA, Albertine & other places across

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Farming in Kansas: An Update with Neil Goss

Neil Goss spent a month last year as TAC’s Sewing Seeds Resident Artist. During that month, he wove a very tall and naturally dyed totem installation that hung in TAC’s old Sewing Seeds garden on Dean and 4th ave. Recently,

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Farming in Kansas: An Update with Neil Goss

Neil Goss spent a month last year as TAC’s Sewing Seeds Resident Artist. During that month, he wove a very tall and naturally dyed totem installation that hung in TAC’s old Sewing Seeds garden on Dean and 4th ave. Recently,

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National Alpaca Farm Days 2014!

Image: By the way… I can’t imagine many things more fun for a textile artist than visiting a farm full of cute animals frolicking, awaiting for their yearly shearing. That’s right, I’m talking alpaca. Farms full of alpaca. This weekend spend

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National Alpaca Farm Days 2014!

Image: By the way… I can’t imagine many things more fun for a textile artist than visiting a farm full of cute animals frolicking, awaiting for their yearly shearing. That’s right, I’m talking alpaca. Farms full of alpaca. This weekend spend

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