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By Susan Axelrod in 2019. In depth article about Pam Allen. Using nineteenth-century mills and twenty-first-century technology, Pam Allen created a world-renowned yarn company in Maine. By: Susan Axelrod, Photography: Christina Wnek
In this article, a review of a fiber art exhibit in Boston in 2014, Greg writes about the state of fiber art: “Today we’re still pursuing that balance between handmade and technology as the contemporary craft revival runs in parallel with our futuristic smart phones and smart bombs. People seek out craft’s deft skill and human flaws as a cozy, homey tonic to our wondrous technologies that we so passionately love/hate.”