Fiber Artist Victoria Hanna

Fiber Artist Victoria Hanna


“My name is Torri Hanna and I’m a fiber artist. I recently moved to Fergus Falls and opened Tangles to Treasures Fiber Arts Studio. It’s a weaving studio and gallery. It’s in the back of the Kaddatz Building. I’ve been a fiber artist for over 35 years
now. My primary interest is in weaving. When you visit my studio, Tangles to Treasures, you can watch me work at the looms. You’ll get to see me spinning. I have lots of finished work that you can
view to buy. They are great for gifts. I do hand knit fingerless gloves, wall hangings, I do hand woven shawls and scarves. I make cocoons that are wonderful for wearing in the fall or the spring. Currently I am working on an embroidery project of fine miniature embroideries using silk and linen. They are very nature oriented. I often add copper wire to my work. In the weaving, I use it as the weft, which
is the cross-line. And in the embroidery, I actually stitch it
on the canvas. I have a lot of wall sculptures that are fine
art weavings that I wanted to be more textural. When I’m creating a weaving, I will use yarns and fibers that I find from local growers and local spinning mills. Recently I was commissioned by the Avera Cancer Center in Marshall Minnesota to do a Benedictine cross, which is hanging in the chapel at their cancer clinic. You can find my work on tanglestotreasures.com. You can also look for me on mnartists.org
or come and visit my studio. Please do.”

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