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Hi from rural northern Wisconsin, where I grow and gather willow and other plants I use to naturally dye and pattern some of my fiber art. I believe in using what grows in my own back yard and using eco-friendly, sustainable materials. I also believe you can make ancient techniques completely fresh and modern. I think Wilma Flinstone, Betty Rubble and their Stone Age sisters would completely approve of the my contemporary approach to the ancient technique of looping.

Learn more about the materials and techniques I use at my web site, www.donnakallner.com. If you'd like to receive my email newsletter every month so (with a heads up on new online courses, special promotions and tips for makers), please leave your email addy at http://eepurl.com/i35eT .

Thank you so much for supporting handmade!

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  • Joined September 26, 2009

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upcycled materials, silk, linen, wool, willow, leaves, bark, camera, needle, threads and fabrics of all kinds

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About

Hi from rural northern Wisconsin, where I grow and gather willow and other plants I use to naturally dye and pattern some of my fiber art. I believe in using what grows in my own back yard and using eco-friendly, sustainable materials. I also believe you can make ancient techniques completely fresh and modern. I think Wilma Flinstone, Betty Rubble and their Stone Age sisters would completely approve of the my contemporary approach to the ancient technique of looping.

Learn more about the materials and techniques I use at my web site, www.donnakallner.com. If you'd like to receive my email newsletter every month so (with a heads up on new online courses, special promotions and tips for makers), please leave your email addy at http://eepurl.com/i35eT .

Thank you so much for supporting handmade!

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