Posts Tagged 'quilting'

Inspiration: Quilting Round-Up

Another class with Emily Fischer of Haptic Lab just started this week. I’m really amazed by her and love listening in on her classes. While I really hope to one day purchase a piece from her, I also hope that

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Inspiration: Quilting Round-Up

Another class with Emily Fischer of Haptic Lab just started this week. I’m really amazed by her and love listening in on her classes. While I really hope to one day purchase a piece from her, I also hope that

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Artist Highlight: Tegan Brozyna

Since May, we’ve had the pleasure to work with an amazing set of summer interns. All of them extremely talented, and from diverse backgrounds… It’s been such a wonderful group so far. In perusing facebook one awful, late night I

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Artist Highlight: Tegan Brozyna

Since May, we’ve had the pleasure to work with an amazing set of summer interns. All of them extremely talented, and from diverse backgrounds… It’s been such a wonderful group so far. In perusing facebook one awful, late night I

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Artist Review: Aidan Sofia Earle

Last Monday TAC took a rest and celebrated President’s Day – which for me pretty much ended up being the day that I finally did all my laundry, cleaned my room, and faced the world as a grown-up woman. The

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Artist Review: Aidan Sofia Earle

Last Monday TAC took a rest and celebrated President’s Day – which for me pretty much ended up being the day that I finally did all my laundry, cleaned my room, and faced the world as a grown-up woman. The

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Tracing Travels

Back in October we held a class taught by the wonderful Emily Fischer of HapticLab. Emily was a wonderful teacher and I was so happy we were able to offer a basic quilting class that engaged people with contemporary design.

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Tracing Travels

Back in October we held a class taught by the wonderful Emily Fischer of HapticLab. Emily was a wonderful teacher and I was so happy we were able to offer a basic quilting class that engaged people with contemporary design.

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Fashion Trend: Male Wigs

In his latest book, “At Home”, Bill Bryson has dedicated a whole, enormously entertaining and informative chapter to the dressing room. Through the recounting of the history of this room, Bryson discusses some of the most decidedly exotic fashion trends

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Fashion Trend: Male Wigs

In his latest book, “At Home”, Bill Bryson has dedicated a whole, enormously entertaining and informative chapter to the dressing room. Through the recounting of the history of this room, Bryson discusses some of the most decidedly exotic fashion trends

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Haptic Lab comes to TAC

Tonight, a very very awesome class is starting. Emily Fischer of Haptic Lab will teach our Basic Quilting class, helping students to build their own personal maps! I wanted to highlight this class today, because I think Emily’s story is

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Haptic Lab comes to TAC

Tonight, a very very awesome class is starting. Emily Fischer of Haptic Lab will teach our Basic Quilting class, helping students to build their own personal maps! I wanted to highlight this class today, because I think Emily’s story is

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Because Knowledge Is Power!

Wikipedia says: Clothing and textiles have been enormously important throughout human history—so have their materials, production tools and techniques, cultural influences, and social significance. Textiles, defined as felt or spun fibers made into yarn and subsequently netted, looped, knit or woven to make fabrics, appeared in the Middle East during the

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Because Knowledge Is Power!

Wikipedia says: Clothing and textiles have been enormously important throughout human history—so have their materials, production tools and techniques, cultural influences, and social significance. Textiles, defined as felt or spun fibers made into yarn and subsequently netted, looped, knit or woven to make fabrics, appeared in the Middle East during the

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