Pamela Strousse teaches and lectures in the field of 18th-Century American crewelwork at such locations as the American Folk Art Museum in New York City, New York State Historical Association in Cooperstown, New York, and Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
She received her education at St John’s School, Billericay, Essex, England, and Tildonk, Malines, Belgium.
Strousse School of 18th Century American Crewelwork PO Box 348 Kinderhook, NY 12106 Phone: 518-392-4792 Email: email@example.com
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