anyone resist all the gorgeous yarn, fabric, buttons, and beads in this world? I can't.
I love to knit, crochet, sew, and I feel compelled to sew buttons on almost everything!
TextileFusion was born because I couldn't choose just one craft and leave
the others behind.
At first TextileFusion was only about my wall
hangings, which incorporate knitting, crochet,
quilting, and embellishment. Since writing and
teaching about textile crafts and art are a
big part of what I do,
TextileFusion grew to include them, too.
Thanks for visiting! After you have a look around, please go to my blogs (links below), where you can read about my current projects and more.
© 2006 by Suzann Thompson. I recycled four different sweaters into
this 24 x 24" quilt. I crocheted the red trim, and sewed, oh, around 250 buttons onto it. Now, why
is this wall hanging called Newspaper Valentine?
These are my books, available in fabulous bookstores and online! Sometimes my designs appear in magazines, too. I hope you'll look for them, or check my book blog, Curious and Crafty Readers, for the latest articles.
Between writing books, I make knitted,
embellished quilts. This one is called Snowflake Dreams of Spring. Read about Snowflake
and see more wall hangings
Most of my artwork is for sale.
The price includes a list of
publications and exhibitions in which the piece has appeared, and delivery by registered mail.
Go to Gallery Links to see photos
from some of my other projects, like the
Pillar Project with Ian Boyle, and altered and handmade books for knitters with Jane Hurwitz.
I enjoy teaching for guilds and groups, and at conferences. My workshops include
Follow the links for workshop descriptions and for teaching fees and terms. Please email me for more information.
My teaching schedule,
is on the sidebar of my blogs Suzann's TextileFusion and Curious and Crafty Readers.
Read about Suzann's Italian mosaic adventure at her blog, February 19 through March 8, 2006.