Who is Rami Kim?
I started creating wearable arts and quilts in 1996 after I had taken free log cabin quilting class at one of local fabric stores. I learned my sewing techniques making Barbie clothes for my two daughters. I had made 120 doll clothes in a month.
Before my two daughters went to colleges I used to sew in the morning and early afternoon before they came home from school because I was almost like a taxi driver in the afternoon for my daughters' volunteer work, piano and violin lessons. Now my husband and I are empty nesters and I can sew anytime 24/7 if my heart desires, freedom, finally (till we have grandchildren).
I love to play with 3-dimensional textures on my garments and quilts. I enjoy free-motion threadplay and machine-embroidery and folded fabric strip weaving.