Join Susan Fohr in a tour across time and countries as she uses pieces from the collection of the Textile Museum of Canada for illustration.
Susan Fohr is the Curator of Education at the Textile Museum of Canada. She first joined the staff of the Museum in 2007 as coordinator of the school visits program. She has over 20 years experience working as an educator and historic interpreter at museums across southern Ontario, including Old Fort Erie, Black Creek Pioneer Village, the Markham Museum, and Colborne Lodge. She is an avid knitter, spinner, and sewer, and enjoys foraging in local parks and ravines for materials for her dyepots.
Image courtesy: Zile Liepins