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Hello Atelier | Elevating the Everyday

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Lizzy House was determined from a young age to be a fabric designer, a goal she realized before she was even out of college. Her career brought her more than a creative outlet – through her work as a quilting instructor, she has traveled the globe, encouraging confidence and creativity through sewing. In this episode, we talk about determination, what being a teacher taught Lizzy and the dark side of creative burnout.

Lizzy House working on a printing project. (Contributed | Lizzy House)

Lizzy House in her workspace. (Contributed | Lizzy House)

A group of students after a Lizzy House quilting class. (Contributed | Lizzy House)

— Find all of Hello Atelier’s podcast on iTunes or at the Phonicalia Media Productions website. 

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