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"When I graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design with a degree in fibers, I wasn’t sure about my path. I always felt the need to design and innovate, to work on the cutting edge of industry. About a year later, while I was working as a sales clerk at a yarn store, I found the inspiration to start Heartland Yarn Company. Through my business, I learned the valuable lesson that new does not necessarily mean better. The dye techniques that I use are as old as time itself, steeped in history and tradition from all over the world. I slowed down and worked on perfecting my process to develop the beautiful products that I envisioned. There, nestled between the worlds of fine art and design, I discovered my craft." – Meg
Pierre Bonnard in his studio
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