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Bartering projects

It’s always fun to see my fabric used in new ways. At New Bedord Summerfest I traded a BBbatiks fat quarter for a business card holder with ApRi. All her items are made with reclaimed burlap from New England roasters’ … Continue reading

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Who are the artists in my neighborhood?

Lucky for me I’ve got AMAZING ARTISTS in my neighborhood… and we’ve decided to tell the world how great we are on our new website, bsidejp. A short walk from studio to studio, the B-Side is saturated with artists! When … Continue reading

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Getting creative setting up show space

While every new craft show is a challenge, this fall I’ve had the opportunity to show my designs under stadium seating and in a school hallway. I’m pleased with my adaptability efforts. In October I did a show under the … Continue reading

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New Bedford SummerFest

My last show was a family fun fest. My aunt and uncle live in New Bedford, MA and are big fans of The Greater New Bedford Summerfest International Folk Music and Arts Festival. My Mom and Dad have come up from … Continue reading

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I have 30 batik stamps!

That’s a lot of stamps! Here’s a few of them: I like telling people at craft shows, “If you make me a batik stamp, I’ll make you a batik with it.” While two friends  have taken me up on this … Continue reading

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Views from April 2011 craft shows

This April has already hosted two weekend craft shows. I get excited for each show as it presents the opportunity to showcase my fabric- and for me to play with it. As I like to tell people- buying fabric is … Continue reading

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Emerson Umbrella show a smashing success

This past weekend I had the awesome opportunity to sell my batiks at the Emerson Umbrella Winter Market in Concord, MA. I had a ton of space to hang my tablecloths, and great natural light: The show was full of … Continue reading

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Maplewood Jewish Center Holiday Boutique

This past weekend I got to show my work at the Maplewood Jewish Center Holiday Boutique. Although sparsely attended, it was an opportunity to meet and chat with some northern New Jersey crafters and experience a Jewish community my parents … Continue reading

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Selling my work without seeing it

This week I mailed a package of 6 pieces (well, one of those pieces was a set of 4 napkins) to Snow Farm: the New England Craft Program in Williamsburg, MA. I got accepted to sell my work in their … Continue reading

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