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At 1:46pm on July 17, 2012, Jeanne Raffer Beck said…

Hi Brigette, what a pleasure to visit your page and learn about your book, Humor in Craft. Thank you for the welcome and I will look forward to meeting more exceptional artists and craftspeople on this site. All the best, Jeanne

At 3:58pm on July 6, 2012, Louise Tessing said…

Hi Brigette, 

Thank you so much for the welcome!  I hope everyone will be patient with me as I learn my way around! I am so thrilled to be part of this talented group of craftspeople and artists.  Thanks, Louise

At 2:44pm on June 29, 2012, Andrew Kuebeck said…

Hi Brigitte,

Thank you so much for the feature!!  I really like that little guy too.  He's fun to hold, you put the brass spikes in between your fingers, ouch  :) 

Best,

Andrew

At 2:22am on June 23, 2012, Tammi Sloan said…

Thank you for the welcome.  I am looking forward to being a part of this community. Did you really mean that my membership is valid through July 15, 2012, or is it 2013?

At 8:35am on June 22, 2012, Jill Foote-Hutton said…

Thanks Brigitte! Glad to be here and be part of this community!

At 8:23am on June 19, 2012, Valerii Latyshev said…

Hello Brigitte. Thank you so much for warm welcome. I`m glad to be a part of Crafthouse.

At 4:51pm on June 18, 2012, Jay McLean said…

Hello Brigitte. thanks very much for including me! I'm very much looking forward to being part of Crafthaus!. Kind Regards, Jay 

At 1:39pm on June 3, 2012, Rameen Ahmed said…

Isn't it funny that I didn't realize I had to 'friend' you??!!! Thanks for friending me!! It was really great to meet you in person at SNAG last week.

At 10:07am on June 2, 2012, Rhoda Weber Mack said…

Thanks, Brigitte! You have created a truly valuable arts community here. I'm glad I found you.

At 12:27pm on June 1, 2012, Pat Morrow said…

Brigitte, the current 'Featured Crafthaus Members' is brilliant! Great concept how they use red. Enjoyed it.

At 5:19pm on May 28, 2012, Heidi Abrahamson said…
Thank you so much for crafthaus and all you do! It was lovely to meet you at SNAG!!!
At 12:15pm on May 11, 2012, Tom McCarthy said…

Great job on the radio today.  I really enjoyed it.

At 9:39am on May 11, 2012, Casey Sheppard said…
Good luck today!!! I will be listening live!!!!
At 8:00pm on May 9, 2012, Glen Guarino said…

Wow that is fantastic, we listen to NPR & will definitely be glued to the radio on Friday!!! 

At 11:52pm on May 1, 2012, Erin Knisley said…

Thank you Brigitte! I'm glad that I can finally join Bifei Cao and Heather Thompson (both IUP) on Crafthaus! I told Lynda about my joining, and perhaps she will join as well.

At 11:33am on April 20, 2012, Edna Isabel Acosta said…

Hello Brigitte

Thank you, I'm very happy to be part of this network and looking forward for all the exchanges!

Hasta luego, Edna

At 4:31pm on April 19, 2012, Tom McCarthy said…

With regards to your question about teaching at Touchstone or SCC, do you know who is in charge of programing there?  I'd be happy to send them agitational propaganda.  Thanks.

At 4:35pm on April 17, 2012, Mary Chuduk said…

Hi Brigitte,  I am finally uploading images to my page but I have already made a mistake. I would like to delete "24 Power Position" because it is a duplicate.  How do I do that?  How can I delete images from my photos in the future?  Thanks, Mary

At 1:10pm on April 17, 2012, Daniel Evan Schwartz said…

Thanks for the welcome!

At 2:46pm on April 16, 2012, Liana Tomchesson said…

Brigitte, How can I update my membership for another 2 years? -Liana

Tales From the Tool Box - A Crafthaus Online Exhibition

Diana Greenwood
‘There is always one moment in childhood…’

Mantel Box 230 x 330 x 45 mm

Mantel Box in Cherry wood with a hinged glass door, containing a silver vessel marked ‘drink me’, marbles, sweets and found objects

A piece about childhood, forgotten toys, favorite stories and the loss of innocence as the future beckons, inspired by ‘Garden of Love’ by William Blake.

Image Credit: Diana Greenwood

www.diana-greenwood.com

View the new CRAFTHAUS online exhibition (October 24-November 24, 2014)

Tales from the Tool Box - Chapter 1

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