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Suzi Banks Baum
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Visit me at SuziBanksBaum.com and discover your own best resource.
Visit me at SuziBanksBaum.com and discover your own best resource.

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Have you read +Jocelyn K. Glei’s Unsubscribe? My emails have gotten delightfully succinct-or at least I hope so-since reading it. Her chapters are easy to read with great action steps after each one. I highly recommend it. Spend more time doing the work you love! #worklife #email #unsubsribe

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Could writing save your sanity? +Thin Difference offers a post by Molly Page.

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Do mothers have the right to their own stories? Maureen Murdock offers insight here for #Motherwriters. Thank you +kathleen pooler for this enriching blog post! xoS

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#Armenia has caught my heart. I am collaborating with Anna Gargarian of +HAYP Pop Up Gallery on this upcoming project. Here is a great introductory post by Anna about all the people and connections that have created this project. Thanks to +John Stanmeyer and our storytelling family that traveled to Gyumri in March 2016. Learn all about it here. And please share! xoS

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My new fall ebook is here! Symbols In Stitches: Colorwork Patterns from Lithuania. It's a stitch library, a history of the meaning of symbols in Lithuania, and it has patterns to make hats, scarves, mittens, and wrist warmers.

Save $5 with coupon code "symbols".

If you're new to Lithuanian Knitting, you'll find links to my YouTube videos to help expand your skills.

If you have Lithuanian Knitting: Continuing Traditions, this is a perfect companion to let you make matching sets of accessories or design your own with the symbols that speak to you most.

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/sources/symbols-in-stitches-colorwork-patterns-from-lithuania/patterns
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I am returning to #Armenia  in early November to offer a four day book building workshop to a group of women artists in Gyumri. There, in that densely beautiful and chaotic landscape I hope to reignite the #Bookarts  with women artists, who are a vastly un-tapped resource in Armenia. Please share this post with those who might be interested in making a tax-deductible donation to this project. #Womenartists  in Armenia, as anywhere, provide a unique lens on human experience and I hope to help raise their voices this fall. xoS
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