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Textiles & Tea with Heavenly Bresser
Heavenly Bresser will sit down with HGA's Kathi Grupp to discuss her work. We invite you to listen in on the conversation.

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This episode of Textiles & Tea is generously sponsored by 2020-21 HGA Board of Directors. Textiles and Tea, every Tuesday, 4-5 PM Eastern Standard Time (EST).

Mar 9, 2021 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Textiles & Tea is a complimentary program of the Handweavers Guild of America, Inc. (HGA), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. By registering you receive links to view the broadcast simultaneously on Zoom and Facebook (no account necessary). HGA's Zoom subscription permits up to 500 guests to watch the program on Zoom while Facebook viewers is unlimited. The Zoom platform will fill up quickly. We encourage you to consider watching this program on Facebook.

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Heavenly Bresser
Heavenly Bresser is an award-winning handspinner, published author, and proud owner of Heavenly Knitchet. After spending many years designing custom knit and crochet accessories for clients, she became well-known for her attention to detail and expert finishing. The TGKA recognizes Heavenly as a Level One Master Knitter, currently enrolled in Level Two. Her love for knitting and crocheting eventually became a gateway for her to try her hand at spinning when a yarn shop owner urged her to give it a try. After discovering a love for spinning yarn, Heavenly became determined to learn something new every day from spinning wheel to spindle. Taking a project from raw fleece to finished product is one her favorite things. She teaches classes for a local spinning guild and also at fiber festivals. Heavenly has led two sheep to shawl teams. She has written for major publications including Ply magazine, Spin Off magazine as well as tinyStudio Creative Life.