Family Ties and Fabric Lines: Sarah Bond and e bond

e bond’s webpage

Stitch Please Episode 113 "e bond's GLYPHS: A Fabric Collection of Black Women Writers"

Stitch Please Episode 93 "Threads Across Time" with Sarah Bond

Lisa's teaching partner mentioned Tobiah Mundt interviewed in Episode 44: Tuft Love: Felt(ing) Emotions with Tobiah Mundt

e bond’s Glyph fabric collection from Free Spirit fabrics

Sarah, e and Lisa discuss Lucille Clifton's poem, "Reply" as well as My Monticello by Jocelyn Johnson

 One of e bond's newest artists books is in a show RIGHT NOW. Details below:
Adaptation: Artist Books for a Changing Environment, Bauer Wurster Hall
at University of California, Berkeley

Check out e bond's online Creativebug classes:
Words Inform Images: 31 Prompts Using Writing as Inspiration for Art
Unconventional Book Structures

Personal Map Making - A Daily Mixed Media Practice

Upcoming for Sarah Bond at Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center:

Play with Color and Greyscale with Sarah Bond - Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center

All the Elements: Designing Quilts with Foundation Piecing with Sarah Bond

AND upcoming for Sarah Bond at the Madeline Island School of the Arts: Piecing Perspectives–Medallion Madness!

Y'all, ask your LQS (local quilt shop) to carry GLYPHS or find it at online retailers including Victoria Findlay Wolfe

Here are the garments Lisa plans to sew with GLYPHS: Zadie jumpsuit, Adrienne Blouse, Valerie Dress

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Lisa is a fourth-generation sewing enthusiast who learned to sew while earning a PhD in African American literature and culture. She has been sewing for more than twenty years while also teaching, researching, and publishing in Black American literature and culture.