On January 21, 2017, I marched with millions of other women on the National Mall. Like everyone else, I carried a sign protesting the election and inauguration of President Trump. Standing there, surrounded by illustrated slogans of intense creativity and passion, I decided to continue to protest in whatever way I could. For me, that meant using what surrounded me: the fiber arts. And so I protest with cardboard, with yarn, with needlepoint, and with anything else I can find.
Fiber and Protest was born.