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Trish Anderson on Process, Design, and the Tufting Community

Trish Anderson on Process, Design, and the Tufting Community
Trish Anderson is a fiber and installation artist who has fully embraced machine rug tufting. Her work is vibrant, larger than life, bursting with texture and color. Trish was kind enough to answer some questions for me in this -- my first in a series of profiles of contemporary tufters I admire!

Diane Hoffman: Joy, Vulnerability, Humor & Critique in the Bucolic Textile

Diane Hoffman: Joy, Vulnerability, Humor & Critique in the Bucolic Textile
What inspires you? A lot of my aesthetic inspiration comes from my childhood home in Miami. In my designs, I remove vibrant, romantic things fro...

Andie Solar of Myra & Jean: Creating Digital Communities through Craft

Andie Solar of Myra & Jean: Creating Digital Communities through Craft
What was your first experience with fiber art? Knitting - my grandma taught me to knit a long time ago, and I still remember everything. I used ...

Kate Garman: Translating Pattern

Kate Garman: Translating Pattern
Kate Garman is a carpet designer, a MFA graduate from Tyler School of Art’s Fiber & Material Studies Program, and rug tufting expert. For more ...

The History of Hand-Tufting: From Pazyryk to Pinterest

The History of Hand-Tufting: From Pazyryk to Pinterest
Persian Rugs: Knots of Identity Hand-tufting has an extensive global history. Although believed to originate in nomadic tribes in what is known ...