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.
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