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Seattle: Art Show Opening

Posted by moxie under Events, News

I’ve created a series of new pieces for my very first solo show and they’re almost ready to see you. Please join me this Friday to celebrate their debut.

Opening Reception
Friday, November 12
5:30pm – 8:00pm
Schmancy Gallery
1932 Second Avenue
Seattle, WA

(Remaining pieces will be for sale online shortly after the opening weekend.)


Plush You! 2010

Posted by moxie under Events, News

Plush You! opens for the sixth year at Schmancy, Nancy and Fancy in downtown Seattle.

The annual exhibit features over 100 plush artists from around the globe. Opening reception is this Friday, October 8th 2010 from 5PM to 9PM and the show runs ’till November 11th.

If you come out for the opening, I’ll be the way elbowing you out of the way to purchase my favorite pieces. Be warned and bring money!


Listen up: Stitching n Junk

Posted by moxie under News

Mr X Stitch (aka Jamie Chalmers) and Beefranck (aka Bridget Franckowiack) were kind enough to spend some time giggling with me on Skype. Now it’s a bona fide episode of their entertaining and inspirational pod cast, Stitching n Junk.

(photo by beefranck)

You’re gonna want to listen to all the back episodes too. I always laugh and get inspired by these two, and they pick fascinating people to interview. At least I thought they had good taste… until they asked me.

We talked about art and capitalism and anxiety and magic. Listen in here. (I’m told it’s a two-parter!)



Posted by moxie under News

I’m not quite done yet, but the Hi-Fiber kit evolution is well under way. The on-site web store is chock-full of fiber and kits and I’m adding more supplies in the next few days.

The biggest-coolest-bestest news is:

I’ve made all of my kit instructions free for the people.

I have so many juicy plans for new projects for the coming months too… I can’t wait to share ’em with you.

Do let me know how you like the newness, and if there are any ideas you have to help me make things even better.