So I have a habit of over-joining, over-committing, over-helping. I used to say “time well spent it money not spent.” This was said when I thought about how many committees I was part of, how much time they suck away from getting my own business stuff done. I could (and still can) get properly consumed […]
Join us for two classes (April 6-7 or April 8-9) with guest instructor Justin Roberts Last summer we met Justin at the Furniture Society’s Annual Conference in Milwaukee. (It’s going to be in Asheville June 17-20, 2020!!!) We were excited to spread the love of woven chairs to a distinguished audience of fellow nerds and we were […]
Hello! It’s been a while. Here’s just a little bit of what I’ve been up to lately: I had a lot of fun at the Folk Art Center this fall with fellow Southern Highland Craft Guild members Marlow Gates and Tommye Scanlin. Marlow is a 2nd generation broom maker and Tommye is a tapestry weaver.
Dave and I recently launched our US Chair Caning Tour with a trip to The Island Farm in Manteo, NC. We were hired by the Outer Banks Conservationists to repair a few really old chairs that reside in a living history house dating from 1847. They were generous enough to give us a free place […]