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Karalyn Wysocki is a textile artist, printmaker, patternmaker, and seamstress with over 14 years of experience working in various creative fields ranging from patternmaking and fashion design, commercial printmaking, sewing manufacturing and product development.  Since 2018, she has been operating a creative business under the name Needlebone, crafting handmade naturally dyed clothing and textiles, paper goods, and screen-printed art.  Her work is driven by a yearning to better understand the cyclical rhythms of the earth we are part of, and taking time for the act of noticing and honoring memory to then be able to look tenderly toward the future. Throughout the years, she has taken several opportunities to teach, and in doing so, has found deep joy and community in passing on knowledge and making it accessible to others.
Karalyn Wysocki earned her BFA in Fibers at the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2018.  She completed her certification in patternmaking from the San Francisco Apparel Arts School of Patternmaking and Design in 2010.


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