What a week! It seemed as though we had just gotten back from a very busy weekend at Falmouth’s Wool Fest when it was time to start getting the shop put back together and ready for Cynthiana’s First Annual ARToberFest. 250 more words
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Well, that lovely brioche hat I worked on all day yesterday ended up with a mistake discovered a few rows later. I couldn’t live with the mistake, I tried to rip back, but ripping brioche stitch doesn’t really work, so I am pretty sure I’ll have to rip it all out and start again. 201 more words
Den gule babyvikle, som jeg vævede på bestilling for en måneds tid siden, bliver flittigt brugt.
Min kunde har skrevet til mig at hun er rigtig glad for den, og hun har sendt mig dette billede af viklen i brug, og givet mig lov til at vise det frem her på bloggen: 311 more words
The process of weaving in Guatemala dates back centuries and has been passed down by women from generation to generation. The skilled hands of the Mayans have been weaving for over 2,000 years and to this day, traditional methods are still used. 105 more words