An Incredible Visit, A Woolly New Book Class, and Summer Camps Posted!

Our Cloth Paper Scissors event went off gloriously and without a hitch.  We had an incredible time with the very wonderful and generous CPS magazine editors, Jeannine Stein and Barbara Delaney.  They brought an adorable make and take project; a faux plaster plus stitch technique that I am just itching to do again…And again… And again. […]

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Meet The Amazing Duo Behind Cloth Paper Scissors Magazine!!!

That’s right!!!  In-person, at The Painted Dog!!!!!!!!!!!!! (The art studio that I share with my dearest and most creative friend, Rebecca Sweek of Duncan’s Family Jewels).  We are both so absolutely THRILLED to announce this!  Jeannine Stein, Editor of Cloth Paper Scissors magazine and author of Adventures in Bookbinding and Re-Bound, will be traveling from […]

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Waxy Stab-Bound Journals… Craft Publishing Royalty This Way Comes… And Sew Somerset Winner Announced!!

In all my varied creative endeavors, I always come home to book making, especially stab-bound books.  I try lots of different things, often winging off in strange or new directions, but I seem to circle back, like a vulture really, and devour book making.  I LOVE HAND MADE BOOKS. I also have been thoroughly enamored […]

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Grand Opening Announced for One Sweet Little Art Studio in Downtown Brunswick, Maine!

The Painted Dog: An Art & Stitch Studio of 13 Pleasant Street Brunswick, Maine, will have its’ official grand opening celebration in just two short weeks.  On Saturday, November 21st and Sunday, November 22nd we invite you to come and see what we are all about.  Becky, my partner in crime and craft, (mostly craft […]

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Studio Storage Solutions VOLUME 1: Paper Stuffs

Over the last month or so I’ve been tackling my studio mess.  I’ve got too much art related stuff crammed in a little space.  It was fast becoming non-accessible.  My overall goal is ACCESSIBILITY.  I.e. why have it if you can’t get to it?  I’m far from finished but I am happy to report some […]

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