There is something special about libraries. I love shelves lined with books and so many ideas. Before the holiday break, Rebecca, Nellie, Gaby and I paid a visit to Tatter, a textile library in Brooklyn. It's this cozy little space with a very comprehensive collection of every kind of textile and fiber book you can think of. They had a copy of Rebecca's Living with Pattern too! If you love textiles and are in Brooklyn, I would highly recommend visiting Tatter. One thing to know is you'll need to make an appointment first.
We try to have creative days as a team every few months. It's great to refresh our minds and spend time together outside of our normal workday routine. We've gone to museum exhibits, the library, and done paper-mâché and suminagashi in the studio.
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Reading more books.
A cool new design company.
This sounds like my dream vacation.
I love this because I started learning the ukulele last year and it's brought a lot of joy to my life.
Finally read When Breath Becomes Air.
Starting to plan my spring trip to San Francisco.
Looking forward to this exhibit
I love this blog for inspiration.