Category Archives: museum projects

Today, a lovely green box came in the post – and inside was the sailcloth textile, fresh off the loom. Here is a sneak peek at the cloth, in its raw state: As it’s a 2/1 twill, the two sides … Continue reading

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First of all, here’s how the red-and-yellow tulips look today: They are lovely, and they seem to be really robust – several years ago, a friend brought us ten red-yellow bulbs, ten black ones and ten white ones. There’s one … Continue reading

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Here are, finally, the long-promised pictures from the last big project – clothing for the newly opened museum at Burg Grünwald, Munich area. I have not been there yet and have not been able to find photos, but as the … Continue reading

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