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Teatime in Exile

Weeks, sometimes months, go by when I’m not able to see Ms. Ezersky–if something comes up in my schedule or if she’s not feeling well (she has been in and out of remission over the last few years.) We hardly ever speak of it. 392 more words

Eugene Onegin

The Big Project

So every year I make a big project, mostly from scratch, or as close to scratch as possible.  I have so far limited myself to woolen projects.   265 more words

Nanaimo

Share Your World - Week 4, 2015

By Linda Stewart

Where did you live at age five?  Is it the same place or town you live now?

I lived in Durban, Natal, South Africa, with my younger brother and our parents.   499 more words

Share Your World

Crafting Wanderlust: The Poetic Caravans of Pascal Tirmant

“It is important to me that these sculpture-objects are never frozen. That is why each of them has articulated elements: take the object in  hands, open hatches, doors or windows to enter world.” These are the words of the French artist Pascal Tirmant on his  fleet of tiny, elaborate gypsy caravans that he has crafted from wood, metal, paper, canvas, and an enchanting encrustation of found objects. 161 more words