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Kathleen Nutter

Kathleen Nutter produces a variety of hand woven goods in her studio/shop in Mineral Point, WI. A love of textiles dates back to her early childhood, centering on weaving with the acquisition of her first four-harness floor-loom in 1979. Since 1984 she has hand woven garments and/ or accessories in a wide range of styles and natural fibers. Weaving has been her full-time profession, minus a period spent earning a degree in landscape architecture, a field of study highly supportive to fiber arts, especially weaving. Early in her career she offered her work in numerous juried art fairs throughout the Midwest and East in addition to placing work with several galleries and boutiques. She has taught college and high-school classes, and demonstrates weaving processes regularly in her studio. Moving her studio to High St, where it is accessible to the public, has initiated an inspired new style of work that she is currently adding to her line of clothing. Texture and color have been her primary interests, hand dyeing skeins of cottons, silks and other fibers before weaving. She now studies traditional patterns, applying her own treadling sequences to achieve unique patterns for each garment, creating exceptional borders, breast and shoulder-work.
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