Terry and Katy's Profile

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Making crafts together started when Katy was seven years old. Terry would take her to a local "paint your own ceramics" place once-a-week. They would talk, laugh, eat biscottis, and create their masterpieces. As it turns out, one can only have so much ceramics around the house. They eventually began exploring other crafts, delving into quilting, spinning and dyeing yarn, scrap-booking, knitting, and their favorite; jewelry making. Terry educated herself in complex beaded stitching and wire wrapping when Katy was in high school. She eventually became bored with beaded jewelry and further inspired by the local artisans around her. When Katy left for college, Terry decided to take a silversmith class. Although Katy is preoccupied with nursing school in Oregon at the moment, she still finds time to go home to Boise for a few glasses of wine and some jewelry lessons from her mom.
They decided in 2011 to make their jewelry more than…

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  • Female
  • Born on May 14
  • Joined September 26, 2010

Favorite materials

anything colorful, lately sterling silver

About

Making crafts together started when Katy was seven years old. Terry would take her to a local "paint your own ceramics" place once-a-week. They would talk, laugh, eat biscottis, and create their masterpieces. As it turns out, one can only have so much ceramics around the house. They eventually began exploring other crafts, delving into quilting, spinning and dyeing yarn, scrap-booking, knitting, and their favorite; jewelry making. Terry educated herself in complex beaded stitching and wire wrapping when Katy was in high school. She eventually became bored with beaded jewelry and further inspired by the local artisans around her. When Katy left for college, Terry decided to take a silversmith class. Although Katy is preoccupied with nursing school in Oregon at the moment, she still finds time to go home to Boise for a few glasses of wine and some jewelry lessons from her mom.
They decided in 2011 to make their jewelry more than just a hobby and developed Wildest Imagination Designs. They sold their pieces all over Eastern Oregon, having booths at the La Grande Farmer's Market, Chief Joseph Days, Elgin Stampede, Hells Canyon Mule Days, the Grassroots Festival, Hog Wild Days, and Crazy Days. They've had sales in Boise through the Indie Works Company, a booth at the Boise Music Festival, and the Eagle Saturday Market.

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