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Kayte Terry grew up in a crafty house. As a kid, she and her mom were always making costumes, baking cookies and constructing elaborate dioramas. Kayte continues to believe in the transformative power inherent in making things. In crafting, we are rejecting the consumerist, pre-fab culture we live in and hopefully making our worlds a little bit more beautiful and fulfilling. A few years ago, Kayte decided it was time to get down to business and start Love Forever.
Kayte is a member of the Department of Craft, a New York based organization dedicated to independent design and art. She is also a two time organizer of the Ladyfest fashion show in Brooklyn. By day she works as a stylist and visual merchandiser in the big city.
Her favorite things are rabbits, 90's club kids, japanese street fashion, paint by numbers, cupcakes and the color pink.
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  • Born on October 20
  • Joined August 15, 2006

Favorite materials

fabric, paper, thread, wool felt

About

Kayte Terry grew up in a crafty house. As a kid, she and her mom were always making costumes, baking cookies and constructing elaborate dioramas. Kayte continues to believe in the transformative power inherent in making things. In crafting, we are rejecting the consumerist, pre-fab culture we live in and hopefully making our worlds a little bit more beautiful and fulfilling. A few years ago, Kayte decided it was time to get down to business and start Love Forever.
Kayte is a member of the Department of Craft, a New York based organization dedicated to independent design and art. She is also a two time organizer of the Ladyfest fashion show in Brooklyn. By day she works as a stylist and visual merchandiser in the big city.
Her favorite things are rabbits, 90's club kids, japanese street fashion, paint by numbers, cupcakes and the color pink.
You can read more about Kayte's adventures on thisisloveforever.com/blog.
Kayte's first book, Complete Embellishing will be out in July, published by Collins and Brown UK.

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