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Upon cleaning up my desk and getting organized, I realized that I have quite a little collection of business cards. More importantly, I have quite a little collection of Textile Designer’s business cards. I decided to sort through and separate them all into 3 categories; Print, Woven, Knit. As I imagine a decent amount of ...Read More >>
Lately I have really been into the idea of Textile Industry Trade Shows. So, today I decided to compile a little list of some of the best known shows around the country in hopes that you all would put in your two cents!
Color. It sets a mood. It is often the backbone of fashion and interior collections. But how do you keep on top of the trends? How do you ensure that you are creating a collection right now that will be relevant in the market place six months down the road? Who decides this information and ...Read More >>
As many of you know this past Tuesday and Wednesday was the PrintSource Show in New York. And, as I really enjoy strolling from booth to booth and being introduced to new and exciting textile work, I went. The show took place on the 11th floor of a building right off of 5th ...Read More >>
Leather. It’s a controversial subject, I know. I happen to love it. From fantastic motorcycle jackets and the softest hobo bags to beautifully bound journals and sleek sofas, leather shows up in all aspects of our lives. Well, my life at least. I understand the objection, for the most part, and while I respect it, ...Read More >>