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Sorry I'm Late; I Was Going Even More Retro

I did not post an essay this past Friday because a package arrived via the UPS guy.

It was 25 inches square and three inches thick. 1,108 more words

More Adventures with the Dyepot

Oh dear, yet another week has gone by and I was not present. It was a lovely week. I took two days off work (well, my two days that I get off per week) and went to visit my Grandmother before summer slipped away. 267 more words

Wooly Mastadon

One Woman’s Crap…

…is another woman’s treasure:

More sweet threads. These are some of my favorite shades, and two of them are silk. They were Not To Be Resisted. 180 more words


Headline Haiku: The Future Belongs To...

This new ground:  where are
the paths for technology
itself and how now?

Once again, a ubiquitous ad campaign, this one by Hewlett-Packard, caught my eye and got me thinking.  203 more words


Today we begin in a new arena of communication with all you spinners...

Yesterday and today was a banner day for us here on the farm and especially for me in the basement shop. Barbara Lubeck arrived to take home her double flyer wheel and a CPW that I had repaired for her. 257 more words


New Listing! Navy blue hand knit, handspun cowl

Come on by Etsy to see my newest listing! It’s a hand knit navy blue cowl made from wool handspun yarn, in a simple and pretty lace pattern. 10 more words


Felting the southwestern Landscape

“Felting the Southwestern Landscape”

A hands-on workshop and tour in Santa Fe, New Mexico

April 17-26, 2016


The landscape of southwestern New Mexico is rich in color, form and ever changing light, and beautifully lends itself to interpretation is art. 475 more words

Art History Tours