As promised, here it is… my first real interview!

I met Sandi Klein a few weeks back while she was visiting with her son and grandbaby here in Arroyo Seco.  We got to talking about everything: growing up in Taos, New York City (where she calls home), how I got into the fiber business, travels to Peru, and her new career and passion… The 51%, Conversations with Creative Women.  When she left the shop I took a look at her website and tuned in to multiple interviews she has had with wonderful and inspiring women from many walks of life.

A few weeks passed and Sandi called me asked me to be part of her show. Of course, with complete excitement, I said yes! What an honor, to be included with such an incredible array of accomplished creative women.

This is my first interview like this and to be completely honest, I was very nervous. At the same time I am very excited to share with you a little bit more about the history of Weaving Southwest, who I am and why I do it.

I would like to invite you to check out the interview. Click here to be directed to Sandy’s website. Enjoy!

Ciao,
Teresa and all of us here at Weaving Southwest

PS Leave a comment to let me know what you think! Thanks for choosing to be part of the Weaving Southwest world!

2 comments on “The 51%, Conversations With Creative Women

  • I loved your interview. There was a lot of interesting things that I learned. I am new to weaving and I am really looking forward to a visit to your shop when we make a trip to the Taos area. If I am lucky maybe there will be a class that I can take. Keep up the good work.

    • Welcome to the world of weaving, Linda! It is truly an incredible (and addicting) place to be. I am glad you enjoyed the interview!

      Here are a couple more posts you may like:
      Weaving in China
      and Chilean Way

      Also, have you checked out the American Tapestry Alliance? They are an incredible source for inspiration and information.

      Good luck on your weaving adventures! It is a vast world and can be very intimidating. My best advice? Warp your loom and start weaving. Play around. There are thousands of incredible “how-to” books, but the best way to start is to start weaving. Take classes, as many as you can with as many teachers that you find interesting. Everyone weaves in their own way (even if they learned from the same person) and with enough practice and inspiration (fromclasses and so on) you will find your own style.

      We will be announcing our summer classes soon. I hope one catches your eye! Either way, I look forward to seeing you soon!

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