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Its a growing trend: textile artists eager to stitch together a community as well as a project. Cas Holmes and Anne Kelly, who formed their own productive partnership, explain the art of creative collaboration whether in small groups or large, with a neighbor or someone far away. They provide advice on finding colleagues, choosing venues, and setting ground rules, plus a w Its a growing trend: textile artists eager to stitch together a community as well as a project. Cas Holmes and Anne Kelly, who formed their own productive partnership, explain the art of creative collaboration whether in small groups or large, with a neighbor or someone far away. They provide advice on finding colleagues, choosing venues, and setting ground rules, plus a wealth of ways to work together, swap pieces, develop variations on a theme, and even make joint creations via mail or the Internet. This thought-provoking, inspirational book will help you connect with other textile artists and take your own work beyond the personal.


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Its a growing trend: textile artists eager to stitch together a community as well as a project. Cas Holmes and Anne Kelly, who formed their own productive partnership, explain the art of creative collaboration whether in small groups or large, with a neighbor or someone far away. They provide advice on finding colleagues, choosing venues, and setting ground rules, plus a w Its a growing trend: textile artists eager to stitch together a community as well as a project. Cas Holmes and Anne Kelly, who formed their own productive partnership, explain the art of creative collaboration whether in small groups or large, with a neighbor or someone far away. They provide advice on finding colleagues, choosing venues, and setting ground rules, plus a wealth of ways to work together, swap pieces, develop variations on a theme, and even make joint creations via mail or the Internet. This thought-provoking, inspirational book will help you connect with other textile artists and take your own work beyond the personal.

37 review for Connected Cloth: Creating Collaborative Textile Projects

  1. 5 out of 5

    B. Jean

    I wasn't sure what I expected from this book. It's about "creating collaborative textile projects," but I'm not entirely sure it succeeded at that. It mentioned the benefits of working with other people, but the end - where they began to site real projects with schools - was simply glossed over. Lots of examples, but not enough "meat" to it. It's like in high school when I would put a piece of text in an essay as evidence, but then not discuss it. I wanted a bit more detail. However, the pictures I wasn't sure what I expected from this book. It's about "creating collaborative textile projects," but I'm not entirely sure it succeeded at that. It mentioned the benefits of working with other people, but the end - where they began to site real projects with schools - was simply glossed over. Lots of examples, but not enough "meat" to it. It's like in high school when I would put a piece of text in an essay as evidence, but then not discuss it. I wanted a bit more detail. However, the pictures in this book were beautiful. I loved being able to see the details. The cover itself is made of some sort of velvety cloth and is really very gorgeous. I also found the section on quilt art to be interesting. I went and looked up that particular group (though I was disappointed to see they hadn't published anything major. Why artists love to self-publish, therefore guaranteeing that their books never make it to anyone but a close group of associates, is beyond me. I'd like to read these things and learn more about their work.)

  2. 4 out of 5

    Taylor

    Beautiful and inspiring. I really love Cas Holmes' and Anne Kelly's work. Beautiful and inspiring. I really love Cas Holmes' and Anne Kelly's work.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Carly

    Beautiful images shown and some information about showing work and practical tips for hanging textile pieces.

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