11.24.08

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“Just in case we haven’t been properly introduced, my name is Gretchen Nash. When I am not designing I enjoy doing things like sewing and buying things from thrift stores that I will most likely never wear (or use). I was raised in the Midwest—Saginaw, Michigan to be exact. In my middle and high school years,

I was very focused on drawing, painting, and sculpture—which would explain why I still embrace a sense of tactility in my design work.

I moved to California in 2004 to pursue an undergraduate degree in Graphic Design from the California Institute of the Arts, which I just completed. Currently, I live and work in Los Angeles.”

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    SAGNASTY REPREZENT! MIDWEST, WHAT! WHO RUN IT!?

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  9. Darlene Says:

    I am a rug hooker who uses a lot of geometric designs . I hook on linen using 100% wool cloth cut into strips. Each loop of the rug is hand pulled using a hook. I would like to ask permission to adapt your owl design for use on a rug. The rug will be for my personal use and not for any commercial use. Thank you for considering my request.

  10. Darlene Says:

    I sent a previous request but there was an error in my email address. It is dbarnes@sympatico.ca. I was asking for permission to adapt your owl design for use on a hand hooked rug. Thank you for your consideration.

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