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Textiles & Tea with Jacqueline James
Jacqueline James 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 Meridian Mill House. Textiles and Tea, every Tuesday, 4-5 PM Eastern Standard Time (EST).

Apr 20, 2021 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Jacqueline James
Jacqueline James was born in Scotland, grew up in the U.S., and currently lives in York in the United Kingdom. She attended the Harrogate College of Art with a focus on rug weaving. Her focus has been on using natural, sustainable, soft and durable materials such as wool, cotton and linen, but recently she has been exploring more exotic natural fibers such as silk, ramie and banana fiber. She studied with Peter Collingwood and uses his shaft switching technique to produce her unique geometric designs. To achieve her signature color combinations and gradations, she hand-dyes her yarns. Jacqueline has been awarded public commissions including weaving for Westminster Abbey, York Minster and the British Library. She has exhibited extensively and has won a variety of awards and grants.