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With amazing grace, Peace Fibres gently offers an opportunity to come to our senses, call back our spirits, and stitch a more soulful world. Its stories and activities provide a path to deepening awareness and experssion of self, enfolded in a larger context of interdependence. Easily accessible, even to those who have never picked up a needle, Peace Fibres stimulates appreciation and awe for the wisdom and beauty woven through the ages with fibres. From indigenous villages to inspirational art, the reader is invited to participate in the web that connects all. Each page a work of art, the twelve chapters offer a full year of growth while exploring the multidimensional world of fibres.
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Karen Lohn is a counseling psychologist who was inspired by personal experience and international travel to capture the web of connection that evolves across time and across cultures through fibre work. A natural teacher of students from elementary through university, Karen is passionate about the tapestry of life, integrating art, science, and spirituality.Review:
This is a beautiful book that expresses in words and pictures the idea of women spinning a world of connections with their art and weaving. The world needs to hear from women, the beauty and the sadness that can be their world. --Mary Scott, President, National Council of Women of Canada
Peace Fibres is a very meaningful work. It ties together all the metaphoric aspects of fibre art, and invites us to think about the meaning woven with fibres through different crafts in order to create a more peaceful world. --Dr. Daina Taimina, Mathematician, Cornell University
This is an extensive and gentle book, woven of intensely personal experiences and connective ideas. A practical, stimulating, and celebratory guide, it asks us to participate in making a new social fabric based on growth and wholeness. Peace Fibres is a multilayered invitation into a creative journey. --Erika Mock, Textiles for Body and Soul
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