My videographer husband, Rainer Romatka, and I have spent the past 3 years working on a new feature-length documentary film celebrating handwoven cloth. The film is called “Interlacements: Threads and Lives”. We are taking a unique view […]
From Diane: Video: Bird’s-eye view of a tapestry wash at Hampton Court Palace – http://youtu.be/o3xN3rqmfkk A well written blog about Americans visiting and supporting villagers for more than a decade in Laos and Vietnam. http://hilltribeart.com/wordpress/ […]
Did you enjoy seeing the creative works of CHH members at the Artisans Market? These member websites show some of the diversity of interests and personalities among our members. Art Felt (blog) Art Felt (Etsy) […]
Wow! The Pikes Peak Weavers Guild partnered with the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum on a project to research, photograph, document, and analyze the history, weave structure, fiber composition, and artisan techniques of 42 coverlets in […]
Dot’s Fibre to Fabric blog has an interesting write-up of her experiences with End Feed and Boat Shuttles.
From our friend Pepper Hume comes this notice: The Texas Association of Original Doll Artists (TAODA) is having a Holiday Show and Sale, a festive celebration of one-of-a-kind Art Dolls. Sunday, December 7, 2008 at […]