Stephanie Brown of Tenth Post Handwovens in Louisville looks on as Emma Taylor, 11, Harrison Ward, 9, and Libby Taylor feel the textile she is weaving on the loom at Kentucky Crafted: The Market at Lexington Center in 2015. Kentucky Crafted is a successful marketing program for state artists run by the Kentucky Arts Council.
Stephanie Brown of Tenth Post Handwovens in Louisville looks on as Emma Taylor, 11, Harrison Ward, 9, and Libby Taylor feel the textile she is weaving on the loom at Kentucky Crafted: The Market at Lexington Center in 2015. Kentucky Crafted is a successful marketing program for state artists run by the Kentucky Arts Council. Matt Goins Herald-Leader File Photo
Stephanie Brown of Tenth Post Handwovens in Louisville looks on as Emma Taylor, 11, Harrison Ward, 9, and Libby Taylor feel the textile she is weaving on the loom at Kentucky Crafted: The Market at Lexington Center in 2015. Kentucky Crafted is a successful marketing program for state artists run by the Kentucky Arts Council. Matt Goins Herald-Leader File Photo

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Tom Eblen is a columnist for the Lexington Herald-Leader who writes about life, people and issues in Lexington and Kentucky. A Lexington native, Eblen was the Herald-Leader's managing editor from 1998 to 2008.