Sally Anaya has been weaving baskets for over 23 years, and teaching for 18 years. Designing helps to express her own creative process, combining conceptual basis with choices of materials and textures, while exploring specific techniques in bound weaves. Sally has taught for conferences and private workshops in Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Ohio, Kentucky, North Carolina, Minnesota, Texas and Mexico. Her work has been shown in numerous juried shows in the Seattle area, receiving the Hand Weavers Guild of America Award. She is currently working on her book covering a history of bound weaves and a selection of her original patterns.
All mankind are the fruits of one tree, flowers
of one garden, waves of one sea.
(Abdu'l-Baha, Foundations of World Unity
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First Year on Lopez Island