CraftSanity Episode 87: A Conversation with Kayte Terry
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On this episode of CraftSanity I chat with Kayte Terry about her creative life and inspiring first book, ” Complete embellishing Techniques and Projects.”
Kayte, 31, of Brooklyn, is a talented stylist, writer and crafter who worked for several magazines including: Adorn, Cutting Edge, Vogue Knitting, Parents, Craft Stylish and Quick & Simple. She has also contributed to HGTV Ideas magazine, Getcrafty.com and Etsy’s Storque. If you’re a fan of Anthropologie, you’ll enjoy hearing Kayte talk about working as a stylist for the company.
It’s my hope that this podcast and Kayte’s book will inspire you to look at the clothes in your closet with renewed interest and help you summon the courage to refashion your wardrobe. Who needs brand new store-bought clothes, when Kayte can inspire us to shop our own closets and local thrift shops to craft something fabulous on the cheap? I love it when my crafting saves me money.
Enter to win a copy of Kayte’s book. Just post a comment below about your big embellishment plans or a project that you did that got rave reviews. What is the weirdest thing you’ve ever embellished? Post your comment by Sunday, Oct. 26, 2008 to enter the random drawing.
A special thanks to episode 87 sponsor, Lisa Clarke! Check out Lisa’s jewelry, accessories and lovely designer buttons that at her Polka Dot Cottage shop. Lisa creates polymer clay buttons in a variety of eye-catching color schemes, with many designed to coordinate with popular fabric collections. Buttons are great for embellishing, so stock up for your next refashioning project. You can read Lisa’s blog at lisaclarke.net
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