John C. Campell Folk School
Jacqueline Green is a maker, always creating and never sitting still. She started making when she was 5 years old, and her mother sat her down to teach her how to sew on an embroidery hoop. Since then, she has created nonstop in some form from sewing to tatting to making baskets. What she did not learn from her mother she learned from books, teaching herself how to sew on paper and how to make baskets. Jacqueline creates her baskets and cards entirely by hand. She grows her own pine tree, collects the needles, washes, dries, and dyes. She then painstakingly stitches the baskets. Her cards are created with the same attention to detail. Jacqueline creates functional art that brings joy to everyday life.