Everything we make tells a story. It might be about a time or place. It might be about who you were, or a first glimpse at the person you would become. Sometimes the stories make us cringe (like those amazing hand dyed skeins that are now considered “clown barf”). More often, they make us smile.
When it seems that everyone is yelling and no one is listen, the things we make tell a quieter story. A story about what we value, about our vision for the future. There is beauty. There is hope. Mistakes can be fixed. Tears can be mended. Disasters can be transformed.
Join us this year as we continue to tell our stories, and maybe, you’ll be inspired to tell yours, too.