In the absence of a national platform for assessing craft teachers and class experience, show owners and event organizers are on their own for vetting instructors. Some best practices are emerging, especially as students’ expectations rise and professional teachers raise standards.
From the giant redwoods of Big Sur to the vast emptiness and desert mountains of Western Texas, Laura Preston finds creative inspiration in the many landscapes she inhabits.
Are you a fan of murder mysteries? If you are (or even if you’re not yet) there’s a fantastic genre of craft-related novels that might just draw you in. Whether you’re a knitter, crocheter, or quilter, avid reader Jennifer Hynes has a book recommendation for you.
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With studio space in New York and a home base in Australia, Maryanne Moodie has quickly become a household name among weaving enthusiasts around the globe.