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About jamie

Jamie is an award winning artist who has recently taken a hop, a skip, and a few jumps, and has landed happily in California. She specializes in textile/fabric pieces (art that you wear), but also creates paintings, sculptures, and quilted works of art.

It’s in the details.

A pair of matching pants, out of linen and lace, for two of my dance friends. Of course I hafta put some sweet, stitched initials in the inside, so they don’t get mixed up!

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Popcorn is Life

Popcorn: The beautiful result of a sudden, but planned, explosion. A person has to apply a great deal of heat in order for that unique, creative outburst of starch to occur. Without applying the heat and pressure to the kernel, … Continue reading

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Aluminum can tabs = belly dance “coin” belt

You know?…Those thingys that you grab onto, to help you open an aluminum soda/soup can? Whatever you happen to call them in your region — pull tabs, pop tabs, soda can pulls — they can be found in abundance. Because … Continue reading

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Collection of purses and totes, made from recycled plastics.

For all photos of my purses, totes, and handbags in one place, visit the Twisted Textiles Facebook page. (Now, THAT was easy, wasn’t it?!)

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A light, easy, fast costume wig.

This project came together quite fast – only somewhere around 3 leisurely hours – and it’s made entirely from fabric remnants, chosen to approximate the color of reddish and brown hair. I made it up as I went along, so … Continue reading

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