Suzanne A Bartlett

Takomaartery/ September 12, 2023/

Suzanne Bartlett is best known for her heavily sculptural, textile paintings and assemblages of vintage quilts and dresses, paper, castings, lace and antique pattern. Tissue are combined to evoke women’s work themes of survival. Treasures and talismans are collected and assembled in layers to sculpturally tell the story, carefully, exposing stitches, instructions, and handmade elements that were the history of

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Maria Simonsson

Takomaartery/ April 8, 2022/

All things textile have always fascinated me. I stitch, dye, sculpt, quilt, embroider… The possibilities are endless. I can not think of a more versatile medium. I love exploring ways to use fabric that are not the common ones. I like using found objects and used fabrics and natural dyes. As a long time (almost 40 years!) Takoma Park resident,

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Yul d’UZ

Takomaartery/ April 6, 2022/

My name is Yulia, I was born and raised in Samarkand, Uzbekistan. I design and make clothing and accessories from a traditional handwoven fabric called ikat. My business is called Yul d’Uz. Yulduz means star in Uzbek.   I made my first jackets in 2015 when we lived in Kyiv with the help of a local seamstress .My ikat pieces

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Things from ​Egypt ​and Beyond

Takomaartery/ November 8, 2021/

Things from Egypt and Beyond LLC is not currently offering items for sale. Sales will resume toward the end of 2022.   Things from Egypt and Beyond LLC, operates as a home-based, by appointment business selling an eclectic collection of Egyptian, Middle Eastern, and other international, unique, and functional handicrafts from small workshops and charitable organizations. The collection includes beaded

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