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Increasingly convinced the antithesis of the poem is the job application.


Got it Covered

Just got back from a week in the mountains at the New River and it was wonderful! Of course I brought some handwork to do while relaxing on the front porch.  193 more words


All The Leftovers Are For Me

I ate small plates before small plates were a thing.

I grew up with a mother who believes that crackers and cheese is a totally acceptable meal. 398 more words


Celery Girl

Looking through my papers the other night – and “my papers” is not one concertina file of neatly organised documents, let me tell you – I found the Schreurs celery girl. 112 more words


A Cashmere Scrap Rainbow Baby Blanket—Selfless Sewing

After reading this post in the spring on Ginger Makes, I started thinking about how I do actually sew things for other people sometimes, and maybe I should post about some of them.  256 more words

Sewing—Form And Fabric

Scrap: Connecting the Dots

Because this is my last semester at USC Upstate, I’m taking Senior Seminar: essentially, a 15-week-long writing workshop for a capstone paper. Knowing that I was going to take this course, I brainstormed all year for topic ideas. 425 more words

Undergraduate Study

Corn guy and Womb

Funny to be weaving “fall” when it got so sticky hot here today. This guy got his start on a napkin-basket-loom.  I was trying out some things from the weaving class with Jude Hill (Spirit Cloth, side bar), and sort of having fun.  373 more words

In The Company Of Cloth