Virginia Lee Burton was a children's book author and illustrator in the 1930s, but her creativity didn't stop there. She went on to design fabric in the small enclave of Gloucester, Massachusetts by using a unique technique of hand carved linoleum blocks for printing.
Saturday, November 6
A Look At Historical, American-Made Fabric, Folly Cove
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I am a working NYC residential Interior Designer, author of Nest by Tamara blog, nestnestnest.blogspot.com. freelance writer for magazines and co-owner/designer of fabric and wallpaper company rootcellardesigns.com. I enjoy writing, interior decorating, cooking, gardening, reading, shopping for antiques.