Back-to-school Heaser, Dyer, Skinner, Dustin

It must be the back-to-school frenzy that has prompted a slew of website updates this week.

Judith Skinner promises that she’ll update her website and she’s been thrilled with your comments on Tuesday’s video. She’s moved and is remodeling her new home in a larger town in Wyoming. You can find her at the Houston Quilt Festival in October.

Last year Sue Heaser sold the UK’s Polymer Clay Pit which she founded at her kitchen table in 1985. Now she tells us that she’s returning to her studio and bookwriting. She’s published nine books on polymer and has more up her sleeve. Here’s Sue’s new site.

I bumped into a new site for Susan Dyer (her brooch is pictured above) while I was looking at Eugena Topina’s site. Previously we caught Susan’s work only at ACC shows. Now Susan’s on Etsy and has her own site as well.

Guess I’m not the only one spending time on the computer on these late summer days. For one more reminder of this bountiful season, take a look at Kathleen Dustin’s rose purse. Just lovely.

  • reply Nicole ,


    • reply Mags Bonham ,

      I visited with Kathleen last week at the NH Craftsmen’s Fair where I saw the rose purse up close and personal. Stunning. But even more incredible was the pair of white roses that she did for the “Living with Craft” portion of the Fair. The sculpture was about 2-3 feet each, two giant cut roses (complete with stems and thorns) in varying textures and shades of white – . I’m not sure if they sold, but I do hope she has photos. She never ceases to amaze, does she?

      • reply victoria angelica ,

        esta fenomenal buesimo me encanto, no se el ingles disculpenme besos….

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