Loom Interventions: Making that Loom Work for You by Sally Eyring

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“I am driven by curiosity, and by the love of problem-solving. The common thread that runs through all of my work can be summed up in one word: investigation. Always, the questions I try to answer are, 'what happens if...?' and 'how can I...?'

Inside the Larsen Design Studio: Working with a Legend by Krista Stack

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Krista Stack spent the first 6 years of her career in the textiles industry working in the Larsen Design Studio with Jack Lenor Larsen. In this talk she will review many of the superstars of his collection, varying in technique, process and inspiration.

MAFA Roundtable – Sarah Woodyard

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This lecture and discussion will explore Sarah Woodyard’s apprenticeship in 18th-century English mantua-making (dressmaking) and millinery (accessories) she completed at the Margaret Hunter Millinery Shop in Colonial Williamsburg. She will explore what she learned and why hand-sewing preservation is important in the modern day

Victorian Hairwork by Karen Bachmann

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Having been trained in traditional jewelry making techniques, I aim to bring this knowledge to working with non-traditional and alternative materials.