By Carolyn Henderson
The Times 

Talk about Art


December 7, 2017

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Tea Towel Aprons by Kathy Snow

As a person who likes to sew, it always disturbed me that such aficionados are called "sewers," a term that, pronounced a different way, is something no respectable person wants to be called.

So when I found the term, "sewist," I was most excited, and when I discovered Dayton sewist Kathy Snow – who makes my own high-amateur efforts look like something, well, a skilled amateur would create – I was even more excited. Snow is a Sewist Supreme, fashioning intricately detailed work that ranges from doll clothes for 18-inch American Girl-style dolls to 1930s style aprons transforming the hom...

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