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{Hand Printed Textiles} Strange Times

We are living through a very strange time right now. The COVID-19 pandemic is not showing any signs of slowing down & has changed life as we know it. We live in WA which has been listed in the top 10 areas of concern in the US since March. We have been on a Stay Home/Stay Safe order for a few weeks that has now been extended until May 4th. My son will be finishing his 7th grade year at home while Chris will be teaching a full load of online classes for the art department at SVC, Spring Quarter -starting tomorrow. As far as KLT:works is concerned, I’m trying to go with the flow. All of the events that we were scheduled to participate in this Spring were canceled along with all the art workshops & after school art programs. However, I’m maintaining the shop while continuing to make & design. Admittedly, I’ve been moving at a sloth like pace, but hope to get a creative kick soon. There will be free US shipping in the shop here until the end of May as a thank you for your support. Stay tuned for event & workshop updates, there should be many once things get back to a relatively normal state.

It really warms my heart when friends & customers send me pictures of all the creative ways that they utilize & enjoy their KLT:textiles. Seriously, it makes my day. A friend of mine recently shared with me that her printed dinner napkins made great masks using a no-sew tutorial. Another friend, has been posting the many ways his KLT:scarves can keep him safe & stylish during this crazy time. Eddie owns Gordon Skagit Farms & he owns a scarf from every October that I’ve had a pop-up shop at his farm- which is a lot. Needless to say, he has many cool COVID-19 safety options.

If you are reading this, thank you! I appreciate your interest and support. Feel free to send me pictures of how you use what I make. It will guarantee that I do a happy dance that day.

In the meantime, be safe – we’ll get through this together.

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