My first published knitting pattern, designed in honor of the Hudson River Museum’s Fall 2014 exhibition celebrating peacocks. Read how to get a free copy this weekend!
“We Should Have Just Let Go” is back up! It’s currently installed in the Say What? Gallery in Tannersville, NY. The opening was last night, and the current show, We Live in A Rainbow of Chaos, will be up through May 12th.
I’m on a little bit of a denim kick lately…I can’t imagine why. While searching for inspiration lately, I came across boro fabrics and sashiko stitching, a form of Japanese hand quilting done to repair old clothes and household items. Menders used a small running stitch to bind together multiple
My apartment walls are a beige-y pink. It’s kinda pretty and soothing, as long as you don’t try to use them as a background for photographing art. It’s a terrible color for that. In my next apartment, I may just paint one wall white, so I always have a solid
Due to the impending snow storm, SAY WHAT? Contemporary Art gallery is rescheduling our artist’s reception and opening for “We are symbols and inhabit symbols” until Sunday, February 10th from 3:00p.m. to 5:00p.m. We hope to see you there. Until then, stay warm and enjoy the snow! I’m looking forward
After a mad one-month rush to create new works reflecting the quote “We are symbols and inhabit symbols,” I’m thrilled to announce the gallery opening. Inspired by Japanese boro (patched clothing), folk quilts, and those jeans that I’ll never throw out, I’ve created several works made entirely from worn denim
The Chuppah-Cabra is complete! After a mad four day knitting binge, it’s finished and delivered! Yes! It came very close at the end, there were lots of late nights, early mornings, pots and pots of coffee, some tea, some tears and eating eggs-in-a-basket at 3:00 am. See how it all
Here’s a long awaited update to the Chuppah-Cabra. I’m almost done with the first border of the Yggdrasil Blanket Chuppah. It’s about baby blanket size now. More pictures after the jump.
The yarn for the chuppah-cabra has finally arrived! It’s a big box of yarn that arrived on my doorstep yesterday. I was so excited about getting the yarn, that I completely ignored the rest of the mail. It wasn’t until hours later that I discovered there also was a heavy,