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Meet the Team: Kristin Crane, Director of Marketing & Communications

Kristin Crane, our Director of Marketing & Communications, joined the Design Pool team in January 2020. She works out of her home studio in Providence, Rhode Island, and has experience in both marketing and textiles. She is an avid maker, travel lover, and Design Pool's first employee! We asked Kristin Crane to answer our Meet the Team questions to get to know a little more about her. Photo by David Hansen Meet Kristin Crane When you were a kid,...

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Chocolate Church Arts Center presents: Eight

You're invited to join Design Pool at Chocolate Church Arts Center in Bath, Maine for Eight, an art exhibit featuring eight fiber artists from across the country. In this exhibition, each artist has created eight pieces of art, each measuring 8x8. Design Pool's Kristen Dettoni and Kristin Crane are both participating. Kristen Dettoni is showing eight of her needlepunch color studies. Many of the colors she uses in her work contain yarn she naturally dyed. Kristen Dettoni, Color Study...

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Sprinkler Factory Presents “In Tandem” Through July 10

Don't miss your chance to see (or buy) pieces of art created by Design Pool team members at the Sprinkler Factory. "In Tandem: An exhibition of Counterparts" is currently on display at the Sprinkler Factory in Worcester, Massachusetts, until July 10. The exhibition features the work of 110 regional artists. According to the curators, each artist exhibits "two works of art that are bonded together by material, theme or technique."   Our founder, Kristen Dettoni's two pieces are each based...

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Kristin Crane Joins the Design Pool Team!

We are excited to announce the team at Design Pool is growing! Please join us in welcoming Kristin Crane to our team as Director of Marketing & Communications. Kristin has been writing for the Design Pool blog since we launched in 2019. We are thrilled she is joining us full-time in 2020. Kristin's career began as a designer of woven textiles for the residential furniture and jobber markets. She worked at New England mills such as Quaker Fabrics. When the...

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