I folded my dreams into my every day life – I became a Textile Artist.

I teach textile art.

It’s not fancy, its just drawing on fabric in a way.

 

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I love art, photography, textiles, threads and sewing machines. But goodness me I don’t pretend to be an expert in everything.

I just have great confidence in what I do in my own preferred genres and what I can achieve, which has led me to share my ideas and techniques with others who love the same things as I do.

I folded my dreams into my everyday life.

Above all I love what I do with a passion, there is no secret. You just take off on your own when no one is looking and through very hard work it happens.

 

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. It is a great privilege to do what you love.

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  2. Your work is amazing!I love it! 🙂

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  3. carolblaha says:

    this came thru at the best time. I am 63 and reinventing myself as a textile artist. Loved your Craftsy class, it is part of the journey for me.

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  4. Wendy in Kennewick says:

    You do it flawlessly and beautifully. Thank you for sharing your talent, outlook, and life with us.

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  5. jmdbear says:

    Your work is as beautiful as your philosophy. The more I do, the better I did.
    Wondering what classes you are going to teach at the Southern New Mexico Festival of Quilts.

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