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With the bonus warp, I’ve done some playing around – one thing I wanted to test was using a warp spreader (also known, in this testing instance, as “common comb”) and see how this would work for me. Another thing … Continue reading

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Bruce’s comment about the multi-spouted pot being maybe used as a lamp (thank you, Bruce!) was, it seems, not the first one. There’s a German article about special forms, though, that comes to the conclusion that these multi-spout pots generally … Continue reading

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Sometimes, things just line up, and then exciting things happen. Such as a weekend workshop on tablet weaving that I will give, on January 18-20 2019 – in a stunningly beautiful house in Méry, Belgium. I am utterly, utterly thrilled … Continue reading

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I need some guinea pigs. Or, as the Germans call it, “Versuchskarnickel”. I have mentioned I was planning to make a video workshop on the pattern-free tablet weaving method, right? Well, the “planning to” has progressed to “I have a … Continue reading

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And the doggy is done – finally! This one was actually inspired by an original published in Audrey Henshall, “Five Tablet-Woven Seal tags”(article behind paywall). It’s not looking as elegant by far as the original, which has a proper eye … Continue reading

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… that’s appearing on this band.   Some more things have fallen into place, and I’ve invented some more mnemonic rhymes that are more or less silly, but all very helpful for me. Now there’s only (hah!) the torso and … Continue reading

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…now I’m a Bee-Weaver… This thing gave me an ear-worm. A slightly, hum, changed one… as now I am a bee-weaver, having woven a bee. Or something that should look more or less like one. (Thanks for the prompt, Christa!) … Continue reading

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