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Well, what do you do once you have made a box loom? Try it out, of course. So I’ve been test-weaving some more, again with silk and gold… and by now, it’s become a fairly long band: …so long that … Continue reading

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After so many finished things (I also completed a Pirate Roberts hat, and you’ll get a pic of that soon), it is obviously necessary to get some more new things under way. There’s actually two exciting projects coming up, and … Continue reading

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Well. I took a deep breath, and then I did the final calculations for the wonderful weaving project that ended up exploding… so now I have the numbers, and I can tell you: they are not pretty. Not pretty at … Continue reading

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Though I love all (or, well, almost all) textile techniques quite a bit, and I work in a good number of them, weaving cloth is not among those. There are a bunch of reasons for this – one is space … Continue reading

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I’ve gone through my list of things that I might want to blog about, and as usual, the list is long… but not all of the topics make for a quick blog entry, or a link list. What is in … Continue reading

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