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Nalebinding - My daily Practise

Nalebinding – My Daily Practise



Hand spinning

The hand spun yarn, Wensleydale locks and White Shetland slows down the process even more. The ends don’t felt and I knot them, which creates a resistance in the movement, and yet I persist . 336 more words


Full schedule posted for Eco-Imaginaries!

We are very excited to present the full schedule for Eco-Imaginaries, and we hope to see many of you there on the 10th!

Tufts Graduate Humanities Conference

My Canine Familiar

Dogs were the first animals to bind their fates to humans.  Some neo-pagan types have a hard time forgiving them for that, putting cats forward as the eco-feminist companion animal of choice.  444 more words

(re)storying Nature