CraftSanity Episode 42
Hannah Rogge Takes Craft From
the Toolbox to the Jewelry Box
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Hannah Rogge, 28, of New York City, is a crafty woman with a unique style of her own. With blue hair and nail polish and jewelry fashioned from nuts and bolts from her local hardware store, Hannah isn't afraid to craft outside the box. Tune into this week's podcast for the story of how this Rhode Island School of Design graduate splits her life between her day job designing animated windows and her after-hours craft habit.

Learn about her toolbox inspired jewelry designs that were recently published by STC Craft in her first book titled, "Hardwear: Jewelry From a Toolbox."
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Hannah had her book release party at Garber's Hardware, a family-owned west village store. Beer, wine and screwdrivers were served and a DJ provided the music. How fun!

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This week's project is a fun Key Ring Necklace jewelry project from Hannah's book courtesy of STC Craft. Download the pdf.


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This Week's Contest: THREE lucky CraftSanity listeners will win a copy of “Color Harmony for Quilts” donated by last week's guest, Weeks Ringle and her husband and co-author, Bill Kerr. Its a great guide for rookie and experienced quilters wanting to learn more about quilt design.

Please type “quilt contest” in the subject line of your e-mail and include your mailing address so we can get the book to you if you win.

You can enter to win a couple different ways.

1) E-mail a photo of a finished quilt, quilt block or work in progress to Jennifer@craftsanity.com. (I’ll post your entries on CraftSanity.)

2) Or, if you have never quilted before but want to learn, send me a sentence or two about why you’d like to learn.

The deadline for submissions is Tuesday Nov. 14. Abby, CraftSanity’s Vice President of fun, will randomly select three winners.

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Taking Names: Who do you want to hear from next? Send your comments, guest and show topic suggestions to jennifer@craftsanity.com.


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