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Alberta Craft Council
   Process; Thinking Through
   Participating Artist 2018

Orleans Gallery, England
   Lacemakers Exhibition
   Participating Artist 2014

Manitoba Crafts Museum
   Feeding the Soul: the value
   of craft in modern society.
   Participating Artist 2014
Red Deer College
   Golden Edge Exhibition
   Participating Artist 2013
Alberta Craft Council
   Golden Edge Exhibition
   Participating Artist 2013

Powerhouse Museum 2011
Cheongju International
   Craft Biennale 2009

   - Cheongju Finalist
World of Threads Festival
   2007 Award Winner

Australia: Blurring the
   Boundaries 2006 Finalist

Alberta Craft Council
Craft Council of BC
Cdn. Craft Federation
Jamieson and Smith
Shetland Isles Museum

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Index and Descriptions

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Cover.
Page 1-7: Slinky wraps and shawls created using gold designer yarn.
Page 8: A wrap created using silver designer yarn with sequins
Page 9-11: A short wrap created using only 25g of gold designer yarn with sequins.
Page 12-14: A shawl created using tencel.

Background: All the designs in this book were created using gifted designer yarn. The properties of the yarns presented challenges for both the design of these slinky wraps and shawls, and the knitting itself, in order to produce the best result.