Posts Tagged 'books'

Staff Picks: Book Arts 101

I love books. I mean…I really really love books. I make paper and there is an obvious connection there, but I cannot even tell you the hours that I have spent in the Strand since moving to New York (more

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Staff Picks: Book Arts 101

I love books. I mean…I really really love books. I make paper and there is an obvious connection there, but I cannot even tell you the hours that I have spent in the Strand since moving to New York (more

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Monday Morning Inspiration: Sharon Etgar

Typically, thanks to the internet, I find a lot of my inspiration via tumblr and the blackhole of clicking every interesting link…until I can’t even remember where I started. Take Sharon Etgar for instance: I have no recollection of how

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Monday Morning Inspiration: Sharon Etgar

Typically, thanks to the internet, I find a lot of my inspiration via tumblr and the blackhole of clicking every interesting link…until I can’t even remember where I started. Take Sharon Etgar for instance: I have no recollection of how

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On the Radar: Kid’s Holiday Gift Guide

The holidays are among us! And if you are still looking for gifts for that special little one in your life, we are happy to give you some ideas from three of our favorite children’s lines! I love love love

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On the Radar: Kid’s Holiday Gift Guide

The holidays are among us! And if you are still looking for gifts for that special little one in your life, we are happy to give you some ideas from three of our favorite children’s lines! I love love love

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Artist Highlight: Candice Hicks

Good morning! Feeling bookish or inspired to do some embroidery today? Check out the amazing works in Candice Hicks’ Common Threads (2010) series… I love love love her pieces. I really do adore any artist who can tie in textiles

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Artist Highlight: Candice Hicks

Good morning! Feeling bookish or inspired to do some embroidery today? Check out the amazing works in Candice Hicks’ Common Threads (2010) series… I love love love her pieces. I really do adore any artist who can tie in textiles

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Artist Highlights: Natalie Stopka

We know we have the best interns out there, but we want you to know them as well. Especially when their work is as beautiful as the work of Natalie Stopka. When Natalie isn’t busy busy at TAC helping with

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Artist Highlights: Natalie Stopka

We know we have the best interns out there, but we want you to know them as well. Especially when their work is as beautiful as the work of Natalie Stopka. When Natalie isn’t busy busy at TAC helping with

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A New Year in After School

The Weaving class has been hard at work creating scarves, bags, shawls and more! Students have been following elaborate patterns from TAC’s weaving books as well as creating patterns of their own. Some student have even been experimenting with unconventional

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A New Year in After School

The Weaving class has been hard at work creating scarves, bags, shawls and more! Students have been following elaborate patterns from TAC’s weaving books as well as creating patterns of their own. Some student have even been experimenting with unconventional

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Sewing Seeds: Summer Reading

I am often asked what I recommend as the *best* book for someone who wants to learn about natural dyes. My answer is that is really depends what you want from the book since there are books that focus on

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Sewing Seeds: Summer Reading

I am often asked what I recommend as the *best* book for someone who wants to learn about natural dyes. My answer is that is really depends what you want from the book since there are books that focus on

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