Posts With Tag 'TEMARI'
Posted on April 17th, 2014 by paularath

  Go to this event if you dare – and if you, (unlike moi) have some room in your sewing room or closet. Because, I assure you, temptation will strike. It’s a textile trove for the textile nomad who loves pieces from around the world. You’ve been warned. Now go! – Paula Rath

Posted on November 2nd, 2013 by paularath

Linda Ryan, one of the featured artisans and collectors in this Sunday’s TEMARI Trash & Treasure Fair (see details below), has a passion for all things Japanese. Her first love is mingei, which she describes as “the rural textiles used in every day living in the countryside in Japan.” These garments are often fashioned from hemp
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Posted on April 27th, 2012 by paularath

MEET LYNNE O’NEILL AND SEE “THE TENTS” Last year I was honored to be invited to a private showing of a fashion documentary, “The Tents,” presented by Lynne O’Neill. Lynne is prominently featured in “The Tents” in exclusive behind the scenes footage and interviews. Now you can meet her during a special showing of the
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Posted on November 2nd, 2011 by paularath

  I always feel the holiday craft season begins in earnest with Temari’s Trash and Treasure. The annual fundraiser, which supports Temari’s mission of perpetuating traditional and nontraditional Asian and Pacific crafts, truly celebrates the arts in many forms: jewelry, ceramics, fabric art, wearable art, even the culinary arts! True to its name, Trash and
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Posted on September 20th, 2011 by paularath

    TEMARI’S Trash & Treasure is a craft fair to put on your calendar NOW before you get all craft faired out. Quite a few of these 40 artisans seldom show in other venues so if you love ’em, catch ’em here. Full disclosure: My sister, Roberta Cullen of Fashioned by Roberta is among the new
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