Digital printing/ print on demand. Side stapled. One volume, unpaged. 2013.
Crafting Women's Stories: Lives in Georgian Felt represents a unique cultural collaboration between artists in the Republic of Georgia and the United States. The authors, who are educators and artists at the Center for Book and Paper, Columbia College Chicago's, travelled to Georgia to lead workshops in the towns of Alvani, Napareuli, Telavi and Akhmeta that combined felting, a regional craft, with exercises in using felt to make expressive, artistic objects, especially one-of-a-kind books.
With additional participants: Khatura Revazishvili, Nino Khanchelishvili, Nato Khaadze, Shorena Jokharidze, Shorena Tskhovrebadze, Veriko Ghogelashvili, Ekaterine Prodeuli, Khatia Suikhanishvilia, Tamari Kosalashvili, Tamila Bakhturidze , Mariam Karsamauli, Lali Darchiashvili, Maya Devdaraidze, Nana Eliboshivili, Natia Rainauli, Darina Sakhaushvili, Tsiala Bashinuridze, Rusudan Otaridze, Tamila Mozaidze, Manana Tavberidze, Lia Imerlishvili, Leila Tarxhishvili, Ia Jokharidze, Nino Mamlashvili, Sopo Potolashvili, Ida Bakhturidze, Miriam Akobani, Madona Bluishvili, Khatia Bordzikidze, Nani Khavazulashvili, Lali Darchiashvili, Khristine Mozaidze, Lali Seturi, Nino Malaidze, Lali Gigoidze, Manana Tavberidze, Khatuna Arshausidze, Tsitsino Arshaulide, Ketevan Devdaraidze, Megi Metrevili, Tina Pkhovelishvili, Nana Garjikauli, Nino Khanchelishvili, Eliko Sidonashili, Nino Omanadze.