Creating a custom item for a client is often a pleasant path for all concerned. Existing work inspires possibilities for forming a specific product. Familiar techniques and materials are combined in fresh ways to make a unique studio crafted item. The lower center photograph depicts the materials and motif placement for a stole evolving from … Continue reading Conversation and Custom Work
The new stoles for $75 are in our online shop, fibergig, at Etsy. Starting point: stack of selected fabrics. Prepared for paint, stencils, and screen printing. Painted, ready for embellishment, highlights, lining. See our stoles at fibergig.etsy.com/shop.
Take my yoke upon you....for my yoke is easy and my burden is light. About 7 years ago, a Lutheran pastor and I discussed movement away from congregations owning buildings. We talked about a more flexible church. We chatted excitedly about moveable altars and banners and worshippers with electronic tablets, not hymnals, in hand. We … Continue reading A Stole for Ordinary Time