Change comes in many forms and sometimes when you are not ready or not expecting it to unfold as it does. The best thing to do is ride the wave and not cling to what you perceive to be truth. The truth is now and so is the future. I
Spring is in the air and here in the Pacific Northwest that means rain followed by beautiful warm sunny days. These types of days are perfect for daydreaming. At the R A W Textiles studio I have been preparing to share my newest collection for Spring and Summer with you.
This summer I am thrilled to be part of an exhibit at Jacoby Art Center with four other fiber artist that work with natural dyes and processes. The show is titled “From the Inside Out”. My contribution to the show will be part of a series that I have started
Using natural dye is much like alchemy. But instead of turning lead into gold I turn iron and decomposing plants into beautiful colors. There are so many combinations with simple ingredients that can be transformed it is magical. I have been working on many new pattern designs for my new
The new collection for Fall / Winter 2013 has been launched. I am very grateful to all those who contributed to the shoot. Please view the full collection at R A W Textiles. Photography by the super talented Tomasz Karwowski of Blueglair. Hair and Makeup by Camillia Lawton Muse –
Its that time of year again when the sun warms the air and heats the black tar pavement. Perfect time to stuff and fold bundles for composting. I have been composting textiles for many years but it seems that for the last two I have really focused on this process
R.A.W. Textiles is cleaning out the closets. We’re making room as we refocus our efforts in textile design. So all those lovely lingerie pieces are being marked to sell. We need you to empty all the hangers during a three day sale on May 9, 10, and 11th from 12pm
Spring has bloomed before my eyes. The air smells thick of daphne and hyacinth. Who can complain about that? Maybe those with allergies and those who are still dealing with snow. Well take some nettles and wait for the snow to melt. I recently installed a show at a gallery