FEATURE ARTICLE:

“Hemping” Ms. Lizzie

April 19, 2022

By: Corrie Habib Am I the only one who wonders–sometimes marvels–at the simple technology and creative solutions used by people in the past? Don’t get me wrong…I’ve been known to reach for epoxy and Gorilla glue plenty of times, but what were the “fixes” for the many hundreds of years of furniture and cabinet making before synthetic glues? In our rush for easy and permanent solutions, have we thrown some babies out with their bathwater? What led me to this musing was the dissection of the…

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NEWS ARCHIVE:

Member Spotlight: Lois Benedict

October 11, 2021

By: Corrie Habib Lois has been a member of SEFAA since its early days. Her undergraduate degree is in Fine…

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What are you doing October 8th and 9th?

September 28, 2021

Martha Owen is a treasure. Don’t miss out on spending time with her!

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Save Time and Maximize Convenience!

September 2, 2020

This year, SEFAA transitioned to a new database system called Neon CRM. There are many benefits to the change, but…

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Quick (Unofficial) Guide to Life with Face Masks

May 8, 2020

by Allison Bishop Our current public health crisis has led us to a new reality in which wearing a face…

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TEXTILE ARTS ARE FOR KIDS, TOO! HERE’S WHY.

April 14, 2020

by Julia Reddish Creativity is one of the great strengths of human beings. The ability to make and create things…

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New Website

April 9, 2020

Southeast Fiber Arts Alliance has launched a new website. For any questions please contact us at: info@fiberartsalliance.org

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