Stephanie's husband's great-grandmother taught her the basics of netting at the age of 92 . They both made nets for a marine supply company. Stephanie then started designing wearabIes such as bags, scarves, etc. After discovering the tiny metal needle in Gram's stash of netting supplies, she started experimenting with netting on a very small scale resulting in these sculptures. Unlike crochet or knitting, netting is more closely related to lace-making. Because of its uniqueness, she especially cherishes the fact that netting was passed down to her along with the handmade tools. She strives to keep utilitarian fish netting contemporary as it becomes more obscure.
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50 Front Street, Bath Maine, 04530