Create Whimsy
Create Whimsy

We love to be inspired by makers and reading their stories. We’ve written these interviews and articles to share some of our favorite artists and inspirations.

 

 

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Combining the essence of the flora that surrounds her Virginia home with her Scandinavian esthetic, Lotta Helleberg uses botanical contact printing (AKA eco-printing) as a foundation for her fiber art....

If you think that foundation paper piecing patterns are predictable, you have not met Ingrid Alteneder. From her third-floor studio in Frankfurt, Germany, Ingrid breaks images down into basic geometric...

Finding her creative path with a focus on issues that affect people's everyday lives, Sue Burley uses textiles to give form to her ideas. One piece inspires the next -...

Mary Vaneecke is a fiber artist with a passion for social issues and making a difference with her work. From small art quilts to curating a huge installation of 23,000...

ART CLOTH is cloth TRANSFORMED by adding or subtracting color, line, shape, texture, value, or fiber to CREATE a compelling surface. This is the Art Cloth Network's definition.  Art Cloth Network...

Painting intuitively, Patricia Mosca, of Rochester, New York, lets color speak to her and guide the layers she builds with whatever tools manipulate the paint to her satisfaction. An adventurer...

Loving the improvisation of finding ways to make disparate elements work together to become a cohesive whole, Melinda Hutton has found her happy place with Closures-Remnants. She combines old buttons...