Would you like to find ways to make your fiber art projects more intriguing, see different ways to incorporate fiber into other projects, or look for simple ways to improve your projects and set yourself apart as a fiber artist? Sometimes the most understated detail or accent can make the difference between something ordinary and something extraordinary. Robyn Spady will present her program named “The Devil’s in the Detail.”
Bio: Weaving has always been a part of Robyn Spady’s life. It started with her baby blanket, handwoven by her great-grandmother. While growing up, weaving helped instill in her a sense of creativity and confidence at a time when her self-esteem was developing. During her working years in “Corporate America,” weaving provided her sanity and a sense of productivity.
In 2001, changes in her life provided her the opportunity to dedicate herself to weaving fulltime. She started by tackling the Handweavers Guild of America’s (HGA) Certificate of Excellence in Handweaving (COE-W). In October 2002, she successfully completed the Level 1: Technical Skills in Handweaving. In October 2004, she successfully completed Level II: Master in Handweaving with the specialized study of Loom-controlled Stitched Double Cloth.
For more information on Robyn or her programs and workshops, visit her website: http://www.spadystudios.com.