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'Over and Under'
Jenny Hart weaves together threads of mystery and wonder in this exhibit of embroidery
Arts Review  November 20, 2009, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Jenny Hart of acclaimed hand-sewing epicenter Sublime Stitching has gathered works of embroidery by 17 artists for the exhibition currently adding threads of mystery and wonder to the front half of Yard Dog Folk Art on South Congress...."

Culture Flash!
Police believe they have the killer of Esther's juggler Warren Ryder Schwartz, Jenny Hart puts 'Space Ghost's Brak in stitches, more stage hits are back by popular demand, and construction starts on Ballet Austin's new dance center
Arts Column  August 18, 2006, by Robert Faires
"...Second (www.artstarphilly.com). If you can't make those, check her new book, Sublime Stitching: Hundreds of Hip Embroidery Patterns and How-To, out Oct..."

Become an Individual Again: Austin Craft Riot
Austin Craft Riot Loots Palmer Events Center on Saturday
DAILY Design  August 15, 2012, by Anne Harris
"...at that time was just gathering steam nationally, but Austin already had a loose coalition of indie craftsmen and artists, home sewers and engineers, with names like Austin Craft Mafia and the Stitchin' Bitches. Leslie Bonnell and her Stitch Lab, as well as the embroidery empire that is Sublime Stitching were early architects of the scene, and it had all been put in one room for several years already with the annual Guerrilla Craft Bazaar and Stitch Fashion Show..."

East Austin Studio Tour
The city's autumn marathon of art covers work by some 300 artists in 175 venues
Arts Story  November 12, 2010, by Robert Faires and Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Yarn Harvest and the Wondercraft host demonstrations of knitting techniques by experienced knitters (Tara Tschillard, Maggie Murphy, Julia Chambers, Andrea Harris-Giron, and Kelly Minton), plus a screening of Handmade Nation, featuring Austin crafters Jenny Hart of Sublime Stitching and Magda Sayeg of Knitta Please, with free popcorn and Saint Arnold beer. Nov. 18..."

Best Crafty Additions
Postmarks  July 13, 2010
"...Austin is crafty and has seen its share of DIY crafts, craft fairs, and the rise of Etsy. Renegade Craft Fair came to Austin for the first time, and Magda yarn-bombed the blue squares on South Lamar that no one likes. Best Local Craft Entrepreneur – Jenny Hart, Sublime Stitching. Best Group to Craft With – Arts and Drafts, 7pm, Thursdays, at Rio Rita. Best Local Craft Supply/Education – for me, a tie: Helios Glass and the Knitting Nest...."

Passport to 'Handmade Nation'
The Austin premiere of 'Handmade Nation' left audiences inspired
DAILY Design  September 10, 2009, by Lei-Leen Choo
"...A custom Knitta tag graced one of the standpipes nearby. Tents cooled tables for Sublime Stitching, Austin Craft Mafia co-founder Jenny Hart's nontraditional embroidery patterns; repurposed, bibliophilia-inspired wares by Pommes Frites; and children's quirky Western wear by Kathie Sever of Ramonster..."

This Time Just the Girls
The ladies of Austin hip-hop hold court
Music Story  August 28, 2009, by Audra Schroeder
"...In light of the Spiros shooting this past spring, Lavezzari is quite aware of the reputation hip-hop has developed. Still, that's not stopping promoters like Mary McIlravy, who runs the production company Nerds With Black Glasses and is also involved with girl gang Sublime Stitching..."

Austin Fashion Awards: Put Your Golden Boot Where Your Mouth Is
Austin Fashion Awards gets an Unlike.
DAILY Design  July 20, 2009, by Anne Harris
"...Since the poise and humor of Jenny Hart of Sublime Stitching, who was a fantastic host, and the thoughtful but concise remarks of Critics Choice for Best Model, Zion Francis, were the only things about the Austin Fashion Awards production that reflected well on Austin, there is just no splashy recap. We do, however have some friendly suggestions for next year:..."

Maker Faire: Mission Accomplished
This year's Maker Faire was exhausting, but the inspiration was boundless
DAILY Design  October 20, 2008, by Sarah Jean Billeiter
"...Walking through the show barn, I met a peanut carver who uses "the germ of the peanut to convince you of different visions." Take from that what you will. I also saw wooden alphabet blocks carved in a mad-scientist theme with (wait for it …) lasers, made my own keychain out of mahjongg tiles at a Dremel demonstration, picked up some necessary supplies from the Sublime Stitching crew, and bought a raunchy pair of panties sporting a tiger and crossed pink disposable razors on the front..."

Love Craft
Stitch Austin, your rockin' showplace for indie design
Arts Story  November 9, 2007, by Rachel Koper
"...Now Austin has craft superstars, big players in the rise of the craft game. Did you know that Sublime Stitching's Jenny Hart was recently featured in Juxtapoz Art & Culture Magazine? In addition to working on Stitch and Austin Craft Mafia projects, Jesse Kelly-Landes, Tina Sparkles, Karly Hand, and Jennifer Perkins currently co-host the DIY Network craft show Stylelicious..."

TV Eye
Eeek! A precious, affluent white woman is lost! Eeek! Evil looms around every corner, and the biggest victim of all? Plus, here comes Jenny Hart.
Screens Column  May 6, 2005, by Belinda Acosta
"...Austin's own Sublime Stitching goddess Jenny Hart serves as a judge on Craft Corner Deathmatch on the Style Network (reruns on E!). She appears on episode No..."

Back to the Garden
The musical Candide has had as tumultuous a life as its wandering hero. Robert Faires catalogs its journey and explains what has kept it alive and why it's always a pleasure to revisit.
Arts Story  January 14, 2000, by Robert Faires
"...Even within some of the harshest assessments were nuggets of praise, acknowledgments that the musical version of Candide possessed charms, a spark, a soul. No, it didn't fail, so there they all were, a year later, poring over the text, snipping this song out, stitching that song in, rewriting and rewriting and rewriting the book, laboring to take that thing that didn't fail and make it into a success..."

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