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Some exciting new over at Handmade Nation! Faythe Levine's latest newsletter tells us the documentary is now complete! If you're interested in updates check the blog for newly added events and screening dates as well as other fun tidbits and photos from her travels.

They are aiming to screen the film in as many places as possible including schools, galleries and film festivals. If you are interested in scheduling lectures or screenings you can email her with event details and she will get back to you as soon as she can! Here's the latest schedule:

* January 9th 5:30pm: Anne Bonny 1355 East Olive Way, Seattle WA
* January 10th 7:00pm: Orca Books 509 E. 4th Ave, Olympia WA
* January 11th 7:30pm: Powell's Burnside store, 1005 W Burnside, Portland OR
* January 13th 7:00pm: Barnes & Noble, 626 106th Ave NE, Bellevue WA
February 11h time TBA: The powerHouse Arena, 37 Main Street Brooklyn, NY
Event includes a panel discussion with Andrew Wagner (editor of American Craft Magazine) and Sabrina Gschwandtner (author of Knit Knit)
* March 11-15th: programing TBA. The Sitches & Craft Show, Melbourne Australia

{*Events that only Faythe Levine will be at without co-author Cortney Heimerl}

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Jan Halvarson

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