Amy Madsen


I began working at Spindleworks in 2006.  Since then I've grown and do lots of different things.  I do weaving, painting, woodwork, woodburning, and now encaustic.  I even write poetry about my crazy flower drawings.  I try to dabble in everything I can get my hands into.  My work has feelings in it. I always put my feelings into my work.

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I also do workshops where I teach people how to make zen tangles.  I'm a great peer leader.  I love to show new people what I do.  I go to school and teach kids how to weave.

If it wasn't for Spindleworks I couldn't create like I do now.  I can take things I learn and do them at home, like print making.  I'm amazed by what I can do.