Welcome to Studio Three 17

Glimpse the artistry of Norma Fredrickson via the short videos at left or on the Works of Art pages of this web site.
In brief blog posts, Norma also shares thoughts on design, inspiration and what it means to be a textile artist in the secular and sacred worlds.
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Recent Posts

Furoshiki, Table Cloth, Sewist Stash

Inspired by the bounty of garden produce in August and September, I created a stack of dyed and printed fabric on warm sunny days.  On rainy days, I trimmed select fabric into squares and finished the edges. I call them furoshiki (Japanese cloths for wrapping and carrying objects).

The squares debut this weekend at Oak Hart Farms Holiday Market.  If you received a bottle of wine wrapped in art fabric, would you spread the cloth over a table and have a celebration?  And would my sewing friends stash it away for a delightful new project on a snowy day?

4 furoshiki

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