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SDA Book Club: “Fibershed” reviewed by Faith Hagenhofer

September 25, 2020 5:00 am

Faith Hagenhofer returns again this month for another installment of SDA’s Book Club. September’s book is Fibershed by Rebecca Burgess (with Courtney White), which focuses on “a new ‘farm-to-closet’ vision for the clothes we wear–by a leader in the movement for local textile economies.” We hope you enjoy! Fibershed: Growing a Movement of Farmers, Fashion …

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SDA Book Club: “Crafting Dissent” Reviewed by Faith Hagenhofer

May 1, 2020 5:00 am

This month’s SDA Book Club features of review of Crafting Dissent: Handicraft as Protest from the American revolution to the Pussyhats edited by Hinda Mandell and reviewed by Faith Hagenhofer. This is the second in Faith’s book reviews, and we’re very excited to have her continue to contribute to our monthly book club! Crafting Dissent: Handicraft as Protest …

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SDA Book Club, April “Build a Flower”

April 3, 2020 5:00 am

This month’s SDA Book Club spotlights a fun book to help you stay occupied during this time at home. “Build a Flower” by Lucia Balcazar goes over the tools, techniques, designs, and more when it comes to making paper flowers. Chances are, many artists have some type of paper lying around, and this book provides …

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SDA Book Club, March: “Threads of Life”

March 6, 2020 5:00 am

This month’s SDA Book Club features of review of Threads of Life: A History of the World Through the Eye of a Needle by Clare Hunter written by Faith Hagenhofer. We’re lucky to have Faith reviewing quite a few new and upcoming textile books that go further in-depth into the rich history and materiality of textiles!  Threads of …

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SDA Book Club, February: “The Golden Thread”

February 7, 2020 5:00 am

This year, Surface Design Association wants to share more of the amazing fibers and textiles-related books out there with our new SDA Book Club. The books featured will range from teaching skills and techniques, fiction, historical surveys, critical essays, exhibition catalogues, and more! So keep an eye out, because we’re bringing you a new book every …

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