Thank you Sherrie for joining us at our festival!
Check out Sherrie’s book:
Confessions of a Weaver
by Sherrie Amada Miller
About the book:
Did you ever start to weave something that you thought would be beautiful and watch in horror as it turned into one of the ugliest things to ever come off your loom? Do you have a large collection of unfinished projects tucked away in your weaving room? Have you ever been frustrated because the fiber you absolutely must have for a project is on back order, or worse, has been discontinued? If you can relate to any of these situations, then come along with me as I confess all in Confessions of a Weaver. This is a weaver’s companion book that explores with humor the emotions and thoughts engendered by an intense relationship with weaving. Even though most of us weave alone, hopefully you’ll relate to my personal essays and feel the bond that weavers share.
About the author:
Sherrie Amada Miller is still trying to figure out how weaving came to dominate her life and fill almost every room of her home with looms and fiber. She is grateful for her supportive and fiber tolerant husband. A former elementary school art teacher, Sherrie now enjoys teaching beginning weaving and holds classes in her Whippany, NJ studio, formerly known as her family room.www.learntoweavewithsherrie.com. She is an active member of the Jockey Hollow Weavers Guild in Mendham, NJ and has contributed articles to Handwoven Magazine. In-between weaving and teaching she enthusiastically pursues her other passions; studying French and Chinese.