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Columbia Now Has Creative Banner Maker

This article first appeared in issue 13, and was written by Vonnie Kolbenschlag.

Some artists work with brushes and paint. Some shape clay and some carve stones. Some express creativity with needle, thread, and cloth. Sande Shepherd is one of the latter.

Sande moved to Columbia in June with her husband, Rev. Mark Shepherd, pastor of Columbia United Methodist Church.

Since she is involved with church settings, her business, CrossWorks Design, provides custom-made articles to enhance the worship setting. With a wide variety of fabric, applique, and design, Sande makes Bible markers, altar cloths, kneeling bench and pulpit cloths. She makes stoles that depict a church theme or story.

Sande's fabric art creations are not limited to the local church, but are bought by ministers and churches throughout the state. While Sande's specialty is liturgical design, her skill encompasses many kinds of fabric art. Sande has a degree in business which provides know how in marketing her product. She is a talented artist who is now part of Columbia.

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