“Transcend,” according to the built-in dictionary of Google, is a verb which means to be or go beyond the range or limits of (something abstract, typically a conceptual field or division).  It also means to surpass (a person or achievement).

So why “Transcend Fiber Studio?”  For several reasons, actually.  For one, this word seems to encompass many areas of my life right now.  Second, every aspect of fiber art seems to be at some level of a process, each level surpassing the next level.  Not only that, but it seems as though each process has elevated my own skills and pursuit of art.  I have truly reveled in this process of fiber art.

I truly feel as though I am a student of fiber.  The more I learn, the more I realize I can spend the rest of my life learning more about fiber and never run out of topics to learn more about.  Not only that, but my interest and curiosity seem to continue to grow with my knowledge  and skill improvement.

This blog is meant to catalog this transcendence of fiber art.  As I continue to grow as an artist and creative entrepreneur, I will bring you along with me!  This is the beginning, and maybe slow progression at first, but hopefully, this will be a worthwhile journey for us both which will lead me to many avenues of fibery goodness!

Thanks for coming along with me.

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I am Grace, a fiber artist in North Carolina. I am enthralled with the magic of turning fiber into usable and practical items for everyday use and wear. I work out of my studio, Transcend Fiber Studio, where I enjoy hosting open studios, workshops, and fiber friends. My studio is a shareable space, so fiber friends can always come for visiting to share in fibery exploits, fascinating new adventures in the fiber arts, and (my favorite) show and tell of recently accomplished projects.

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