Thursday, September 13, 2012

Designing Weavers Welcomes a New Member!

Last May I was invited to attend a meeting of Designing Weavers and to present my work for membership consideration. After waiting on pins and needles until mid-July, I received an invitation to join. Yea! I'm excited and honored to be part of this extremely talented group.
"Established in 1975, Designing Weavers is a nationally recognized juried fiber guild known for the diverse range of work produced by its members and is based in Los Angeles, California. The group believes in motivating and encouraging excellence.

The September Newsletter from Designing Weavers arrived last week:

Meet Our New Member!

Sarah H. Jackson

A frequent contributor to Handwoven magazine, Sarah is also a member of Handwoven's technical editing team. Active in her local weaving guild, she writes for and edits the monthly newsletter, a position she also fills as a member of Wearable Arts Connection of Southern California.
 She has recently been exploring and teaching reconstructed clothing design; several of her designs have been published in Altered Couture magazine.
 Her entry, "Ebb and Flow" was juried into the Handweavers Guild of America "Longitudes" Yardage Exhibit for HGA's biennial international Convergence® 2012 where it was awarded the prestigious HGA Award for weaving.

Copyright Handwoven Magazine 2012.
Photograph by Joe Coca. Used with permission. All rights reserved. Not to be reprinted.

Watch for Sarah's latest article in the November/December issue of Handwoven Magazine
"Squares within Squares Atwater-Bronson Beaded Top"

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