Early American Life's 2012
Directory of Traditional American Crafts

My folk dolls "won the highest award" as a traditional artisan for Early American Life's 2012's Directory of Traditional American Crafts.  What does this mean? The highest award means that your work is of museum quality.  I'm pleased for my work to be included with so many other artisans committed to excellence in their craft.

I love reading Early American Life.  Articles like how America invents the rocking chair (Gregory Lefever, April 2011) visits our country's early history and informs us on the birth of the rocking chair.  Visit  Gregory's site for samples of more of his excellent writing.

Early American Life also featured an article on Izannah Walker  in the Christmas Issue of 2011 which was written by yours truly and Edyth O'Neill.  Click the image above left for more information on purchasing a back issue
Dixie Redmond

15 comments:

Judi Hunziker said...
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Jan Conwell said...

Congratulations, Dixie!

Dottie.Dollie said...

Congratulations!!!!

Civil Folks said...

Congraulations, Dixie! I am so proud of you. Your work stands alone.

kamala said...

How wonderful!! Congratulations!!

Debra said...

This is wonderful!

Mary @ Colony Mountain Stitcheries said...

Congratulations on a well-deserved honor!

Dixie Redmond said...

Thanks, Jan. :-)

Dixie Redmond said...

Thanks!

Dixie Redmond said...

What a kind thing to say. :-) Thank you!

Dixie Redmond said...

Thanks, Kamala. :-)

Dixie Redmond said...

Thanks, Debra!

Dixie Redmond said...

Thanks, Mary. :-) You're a sweetheart. :-)

Town Common Folk Art Dolls said...

Well deserved, Dixie!

Dixie Redmond said...

Thanks so much!


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