Saga Hill Designs

fine fibers & yarns – silk & silk blends
studio of artist/author W.J. Johnson

  

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CONTACT US

Email
mail@sagahill.com

Facebook: Go to the Saga Hill Facebook page

Ravelry: SagaHill

Twitter: WJ Johnson@SagaHill

Instagram: @SagaHill

WordPress: SagaHill.WordPress.com

Phone
952-472-4155 (Minnesota/Twin Cities area)
Please call between 10 am - 6 pm, Central Standard Time, Monday - Friday. If you are unable to reach a real, live person, please leave a message with your phone number and we will call you back as soon as possible.

Mail
Saga Hill Designs
PO Box 142
Crystal Bay, MN 55323

 


 

 

 

ABOUT SAGA HILL

Saga Hill was founded by Wendy J. Johnson – a woman who juggles many professional roles, including: textile artist, photographer, award-winning site installation artist, author, graphic arts director & legibility consultant, media producer, and teacher in the textile arts. Wendy's studio rests in a historic Lake Minnetonka area called Saga Hill, in which many stories have been told under many moons. Believing that "place" defines us, Wendy has found that Saga Hill is the perfect location for nurturing creative energy and lofty dreams.

Wendy's Swedish heritage, with a gene pool steeped in art and creative innovation, is a great influence within her life's work and something she likes to share with others. This has been reflected in her successful efforts to bring Elsabeth Lavold, Inger Fredholm, and the Bohus Stickning exhibit to an American audience; by writing about and promoting Swedish fiber art traditions within her patterns and books; and through teaching Swedish knitting technique, such as tvåändstickning.

Wendy is also "The Legibility Doctor" and founder of Elder Eye™ Design www.ElderEye.com a legibility design business, and the President of Points Of View Productions Inc. www.PointsOfViewInc.com the parent company of Saga Hill Designs. But Saga Hill has become the place that truly fuels her creative energy.

On the side, Wendy dances with her 2 border collies—who like to think they are working sheep dogs even though they no longer work with sheep.

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(Can you see the ears of one of her dogs in this photo? Look to the back by the tree line and above the black sheep's head. That's "Z". An intense herder and as fast as Zorro in the field!)

 

 


 


 
 

Member of the American Craft Council, HGA (Handweavers Guild of America), MKG (Minnesota Knitters Guild), and WGM (Weavers Guild of Minnesota).


 
 

Saga Hill logo© 2017, Saga Hill Designs,
a DBA of Points Of View Productions, Inc.