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Tabula Rasa wrap II

Mulberry spun silk weft, dyed in specs.  GSM 320.  Gentle, subtle, and flowing.

Weaving

Josephine’s Creative Career Moms: Haley of Beluga Baby

When I was pregnant with my youngest I started to become so worried about how I would manage with two-under-two, especially because my toddler is so active. 1,220 more words

Motherhood

Lindavia wrap

Lindavia, my first hand-painted warp project, for a very special friend.  Snow-dyed cottohemp warp, going from intense red and burgundy to gentle pink. Crackle weave, mercerized cotton.   9 more words

Baby Wrap

Playing with itajime shibori

My favourite recipe: Take handwoven, shibori, and acid dyes.  Shake well, wrap in plastic and cook thoroughly.  Let it cool down, wash, dry, iron and enjoy. 127 more words

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Baby, Baby, Baby Oh

So we’ve reached that age where a lot of our friends and/or family members have started to get married and have children. This is a new adventure to me, as I am single and don’t plan on having a husband and family for some time. 407 more words

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Wedding Bouquet #14, fabric piece for a ring sling

Mulberry spun silk as both warp and weft; hand-painted, bright and lightweight.

The weave pattern has lots of plain weave pieces in it, which gives 325 GSM. 13 more words

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Wedding Bouquet #12, a piece for a ring sling

With the MacOS update, my monitor decided to change the colour profile, I suspect.  How else to explain that pics I took and processed before update now look completely overburnt, yet the pages in Chrome look brighter?   182 more words

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