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Interview with Amy Caterina and Erin O'Shea, two members of Stitchocracy, a group of Southern California crafters who explore, create, learn and teach a variety of forms of fiber art including free-range knitting, crochet, felting, weaving and more!

Formerly known as the OC Yarn Club, Stitchocracy organically formed in late 2011 one member at a time during artist and educator Amy Caterina's 6-month engagement as Orange County Great Park' where they worked on an ambitious project, Cozy for Constance.
 
Next they set up shop inside the Arts Pavillion at Orange Coast College during the "I'm Afraid Knot" exhibition working as resident artists offering free drop-in fiber arts workshops.
 
For the 2012 Orange County Fair, they created and stitched, Home, Sweet Home and soon will start work on Cupcake Bunker which will be showcased in Coastline Art Gallery's upcoming exhibit, CAKE/fondant, September 2012.
 
Visit www.stitchocracy.com today for more information about one of Orange County's dynamic "creative" groups!
 
Creative Orange County, a "think tank" @ the intersection of culture, commerce and community, www.creativeorangecounty.com...

 

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