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16: Weaving Friendships with Jessica Wilson

by Sarah Resnick

Jessica Wilson is a weaver in Houston, Texas and founder of the Houston Fiberfolk Meetup, which is a monthly group of textile artists who are building friendship and community together. In our conversation we talk about how Jessica found her way to weaving, what inspired her to start the Houston Fiberfolk Meetup, her suggestions for other people looking to build weaving communities, and lots more. Comment below to continue the conversation!


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Katie
Katie

May 15, 2018

I so enjoyed this! Thank you both for sharing… and all that you do!

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