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Here’s some textile-related stuff (finally, as promised) that has popped up during the last few days. Enjoy! Tracy Hudson has an article up in the EXARC digital journal, looking at spinning experiments and how much they can tell us. Another … Continue reading

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It just arrived this morning, and oh, it is pretty! I’m very happy with it, and I can finally stop worrying. (I never stop worrying about a print product until it is in my hands, and I can be sure … Continue reading

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Yesterday was spent (partly) at the library, checking up things in books. Today is putting the last few pictures in (they will arrive today), then final layouting and related edits, and then our trusty little printer gets to churn out … Continue reading

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I posted yesterday about a small gold ornament embroidered on fabric, and the post received this comment: Looking at your ornament, I realized that because I had seen that particular technique only separate from the fabric ground, and because I … Continue reading

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I spent a good part of the weekend working on the instructions (they’re coming along) and shooting even more photos of even more steps. More and more ideas on what would be nice to add are creeping in, and it’s … Continue reading

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It feels like Friday today, and while I’m happy that it actually isn’t tomorrow yet (as that gives me a day more to do stuff), I also think that I’d totally be due a Friday today, and a nice weekend. … Continue reading

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This will, more (more embroidery) or less (shoes will come tomorrow – they deserve their own spot), be the blogpost I intended to do on Friday… so here goes: After my long Hugo ramblings, I did some more reading, and … Continue reading

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