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Lisa Kokin uses a variety of recycled and found materials to make book art.
Following your heart doesn't necessarily mean taking big chances or giant leaps into the unknown. Sometimes it's just about doing small things that make your
Since 2010, instead of making new year's resolutions which have generally fallen by the wayside within a few weeks or months, I've been choosing a single word
One of the most creative things about printing images onto fabric is that it doesn't necessarily have to be a photo or a picture. Thanks to today's amazing
After spending several weeks making "Fragments of Nature", this project is finally complete. It was an intentional decision to make these stitched pieces
One of the best things about being a textile artist is discovering unusual things that can be stitched and sewn, and incorporated into mixed media art in
Another of the Fragments cards that I've been making recently. You can see the previous one I made here. I have lots more in various stages of progress so I'll
These last few weeks I've been stitching quite small - this piece is only 2-1/2" x 3". But I'm really enjoying the process. When there isn't much time at the
This time, it has nothing to do with a beetle but with the beatles :p "Octopus's garden" is smaller than the others but it has its 8 tentacles.
Since I began making Fragments and using fabric and stitch as a way to create a visual narrative, I've discovered that telling a story in this way can express
The first of my journal quilts this year is inspired by memories of a very difficult period of my life: my husband died eleven years ago ...
As I'm planning a trip home to Australia next month to visit my family, I've only just now begun to think of gifts to take. I was originally going to buy gifts,