4FourTwo: Why do you love textics?
I was a teacher in college, and I had to come up with a new way of teaching, and in that time, I’ve discovered a whole slew of different ways of teaching textiles.
There are all these different ways you can teach textiles: in classrooms, in workshops, in online classes.
I’m a designer, but I don’t think that design is the only way of learning.
Textiles have always been a way to connect people, to create connections, and they have also been a place where people have shared ideas and worked together on a creative project.
They’ve been the place where ideas and collaborations are born.
In a way, they’ve always been an educational experience.
But they also have been a source of power.
I think that’s what they are, too.
You can have the best teachers, and yet you still have teachers who have been there for hundreds of years, who are there to inspire and encourage.
I think that the history of textiles is something that’s been really important to people’s lives, and to the future of our society.
They’re important to our identity as humans, as the collective of all the human beings that are in this world.
They are an important part of our culture.
I don.t think that people understand how important it is to them, how important to them that they’ve been able to have these texts that they have been able, over many centuries, to communicate to each other.
They don’t understand that it’s not just about how the text is written, but also about how it’s printed.
I remember one time, when I was in a textile shop, I was talking to an older man who was sitting in the back.
He said, “What do you think of our textiles?”
And I said, I really don’t know.
I just think they’re beautiful.
He just laughed, because he was so used to people not understanding that the fabric that we use in our daily lives is made out of text.
And he said, you know, it’s very beautiful.
And I thought, “Well, what’s a textile?”
And he just said, Well, it is the fabric of the human body.
And that’s a really good question.
But I thought that’s the same as what he said.
And that’s why I love it, because I love the fact that it has this connection with people, that it is a source for love and friendship and connection.
That’s why it is part of the fabric and the fabric is part, of our lives, in ways that are really important.
I mean, the whole world is made of text, but in my own experience, I think there are some things that you can’t tell the difference between the way that a text is printed and the way it is written.
And I think those things are the ones that people don’t really understand.
I don’t want to say that it was all text, or that textiles were always good or that we should be all about text, because that’s not true.
And if you ask me, what I’ve found is that we’re really interested in a lot of different things.
And a lot has to do with the way the materials are laid out, the way they are manufactured, and the kinds of materials that people are using to create them.
I love seeing how people create things with their hands.
I really like how they make things, and how they craft them.
But in the end, I’m interested in seeing how a text can be woven together, because there are so many ways to make things out of something that are very much connected to us.
And so the history and the development of text was very important for me as a designer.
It was very, very important to me as an educator.
Textile design, because it’s a way of sharing ideas, is also a way that people connect with people.
It’s a kind of a place of sharing what it means to be human, and of learning, and so the way textiles have been used is really important, and it’s also very important in the way we relate to the world.
And what I’m doing now is going to focus on the importance of making textiles so that we can all feel connected.
It has always been my dream to make a textiles that was woven into the fabric.
So I’m going to be doing everything I can to get there, but at the same time, as much as I try to bring in new things, I want to do the same things that I do, and create something that feels like my own.