TheInfiniteThread

Hand-Embroidered Bookmarks, Cards and Notebooks

Louisville, Kentucky

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Announcement    Welcome to the Infinite Thread! This special corner of Etsy is where I feature my hand-embroidered pieces, my "Beautiful Items of Everyday Usefulness." This is both my company motto and my philosophy: to elevate everyday items, to add beauty, positive energy and thoughtfulness in design to enhance each moment throughout your day.

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Last updated on May 13, 2020

Welcome to the Infinite Thread! This special corner of Etsy is where I feature my hand-embroidered pieces, my "Beautiful Items of Everyday Usefulness." This is both my company motto and my philosophy: to elevate everyday items, to add beauty, positive energy and thoughtfulness in design to enhance each moment throughout your day.

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Morgan Arielle Weinrich

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Morgan Arielle Weinrich

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About TheInfiniteThread

Sales 165
On Etsy since 2008

Beautiful items of daily usefulness

"There is only one moment in time when it is essential to awaken. That moment is now." ~ The Buddha

Creating, making things with your hands, beauty and usefulness. Art and craft have always been a part of my life. My mother was a fashion designer and stylist, and the first woman in our family to attend college. I became the second generation to obtain an art degree when I graduated from the New York State College of Ceramics, School of Art & Design at Alfred University with my BFA in Studio Art. I grew up visiting major metropolitan institutions dedicated to art and culture with my parents, and as a teenager I was exposed to the notion of craft as a profession when I began working for a potter at a local craft fair. The idea of making a living through one’s creativity while combining beauty and usefulness has never left me. I am enamored by the Arts and Crafts movement and its philosophy of surrounding oneself with carefully-chosen, aesthetically-pleasing and practical objects. The relationship of the Shakers to their surroundings is also one of my inspirations, one among many. I take these influences, as well as my training in art, very much into consideration when I choose the type of items that I create or embellish, and the manner in which they are adorned. My mixed-media and cross-disciplinary artwork has been shown in solo and in group shows in Washington, DC, Maryland, Kentucky and New York. Currently my craft pieces can be found in downtown Louisville, Kentucky at Craft Gallery.
It is a pleasure to witness folks enjoying what I have made, for me to share my creativity and enthusiasm, and an honor when those folks become my customers and make one of my pieces their own.
Many of the items that I have listed are one of a kind, but I do custom pieces as well, just let me know what you are looking for.

I currently reside in Louisville, Kentucky with my husband, Neal and our three cats, Rupert, La Vache and Oberon. I am an avid hiker, backpacking enthusiast (200+ miles on the AT in 2008), volunteer with the Forest Service, history nut and historical reinactor with the SCA (10th C. Anglo-Saxon persona) and a legal professional during the week.

Shop members

  • Morgan Arielle Weinrich

    Owner, Crafter

Production partners

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