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Introducing Wesley Hathaway

Posted December 14, 2022
by Wesley Hathaway
I grew up in a large family in Goshen, Indiana. A great place, not too small, not too big with many…
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Introducing Delaney Keshena

Posted November 30, 2022
by Delaney Keshena (they/them) - Menomini
When thoughts hit paper, that feels solid. Like shelving going up and supplies coming off the floor.…
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But what is your financial goal with all of this?

Posted November 16, 2022
by Nate White
Once a month, my fellow resident artisans and I open our studios for a couple hours to the public.…
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Start Seeing Quilts

Posted October 20, 2022
by Laura Brown
A few months ago, I saw this comic (pictured below) circulating on social media. It feels…
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A Multitude of Subtleties

Posted October 18, 2022
by Nate White
Recently I got back from a trip in Maine where I was taking a class with my friend and mentor…
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Summer Scraps

Posted September 1, 2022
by Laura Brown
Summer often feels short and fleeting; this summer has felt full and varied with travel, bonfires,…
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Be Still Enough to Listen

Posted June 30, 2022
by Elise Kyllo
I’m nearing the end of my artisan development travel study, with just a few days remaining.…
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An Alternative to Consumption

Posted June 23, 2022
by Laura Brown
Audiobooks and podcasts are my frequent companions in the studio, and lately I have been listening…
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Sheep on the Map

Posted June 2, 2022
by Elise Kyllo
How fitting that on my way to Denmark, I stopped in North Carolina to teach felting for a week at…
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Hannah Ryggen Triennial in Trondheim

Posted May 26, 2022
by Christine Novotny
Hello everyone! My Scandinavian travels are coming to a close. I write this from the seaside town of…
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