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Conference Videos and Textile Conservation Work.

I have two links for you this morning – Doug from Doug’s Archaeology has attended the conference about Computer Applications and Quantitative Measurements in Archaeology this March, and if you’re interested in the presentations that were given, go visit his blog post – there are several videos of presentations from the conference.

More textile-related: Here’s a blogpost from a conservation student about washing a 19th century embroidery sampler.

Also? Flowers!

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These lovely buttercups hang out on the table in the wintergarden, spending all their effort on looking good. (Also, while looking up their English name, I just learned that they should not be handled extensively, as they can cause contact dermatitis in humans.)

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