“Everything I do starts on paper first. All of my ideas start as drawings or paintings in my sketchbook, or I’ll work with colored pencils and gouache. From there, I make the plan for the actual textile work and that includes figuring out how many threads are in a piece, how much yardage is in a piece, how many pieces I’m going make. There’s a ton of planning that happens after the drawing process. But the drawing process is the most fun because it’s just totally experimental, totally free.”
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“Everything I do starts on paper first. All of my ideas start as drawings or paintings in my sketchbook, or I’ll work with colored pencils and gouache. From there, I make the plan for the actual textile work and that includes figuring out how many threads are in a piece, how much yardage is in a piece, how many pieces I’m going make. There’s a ton of planning that happens after the drawing process. But the drawing process is the most fun because it’s just totally experimental, totally free.”