SS&D 2009

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Issue 158 Spring 2009

Excursion Journal, Right from the Start—Extend Your Weaving to Upholstery Fabrics, Threads of Continuity Along the New Mexico Fiber Arts Trails, Constructed Color: Amish Quilts, HGA Award Recipients for 2008, Fashioning Felt, Salsa y Salsa—Multimedia Fiber Art Exhibition at Convergence 2008, Sewing Tips for Handwoven Pillows, Certificate of Excellence—What Is It and Why Do It?


Issue 159 Summer 2009

Right From the Start — Weaving Block Designs, Textures and Hues of the Fiber Arts Trails — Part I, The North Central Loop, Behind the Scenes: The Convergence Designers' Fashion Challenge in 2008, Reflections on a COE Journey, The Textile Museum's Recent Acquisitions Exhibition; Bead Crochet Rope Bracelet. A Family of Radially Symmetric, Ply-Split Braided Vessels, Kids Fiber Fun Camp, Potholder Loom Revisited: Projects for the 21st Century, Leno Lace on a Rigid Heddle Loom.


Issue 160 Fall 2009

Right From the Start — How to Get to Convergence 2010; Contemporary Japanese Fashion: The Mary Baskett Collection at The Textile Museum; HGA's Small Expressions; HGA and Dendel Scholarship Recipients for 2009; Textures and Hues of the Fiber Arts Trails — Part 2, The North Central Loop; Behind the Scenes: The Convergence Challenge Team: Nancy Peck and Diane Ericson; Organizing a Certificate of Excellence (COE), Level II, Study; and Small Wonders.


Issue 161 Winter 2009/10

Right from the Start — Time Savers — or Not?; Planning Ahead? First, Look Back; Facing the Maze; The Center for Traditional Textiles of Cusco, Peru; Behind the Scenes: 2008 Designers' Challenge Team Irene Munroe and Louise Cutting; Teaching and Learning through Correspondence; Susan Lazear — Convergence 2010 Featured Speaker.



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