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I’m back, and now there’s the usual things that need to be done after an event which included the shop going for a little travel: Putting everything back into place, for one thing, and re-filling stuff, plus re-ordering, in some … Continue reading

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Everything here looks like it always looks just before I am leaving for some event: There’s clothes and other overnight stuff on the bed, stacked up and waiting to be put into my “personal belongings” bag; there’s stacks of boxes … Continue reading

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So… I’ve covered the explanations, and the hunt for words – that is one of the challenges when teaching, and it relates to the mind part of the task, the understanding only. The things I am teaching, though, are crafts. … Continue reading

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Just to bring yesterday’s thoughts to a close with a little story about how differently people think, here’s what happened many years ago at my birthday party. We were all sitting in the living room back in our old apartment, … Continue reading

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I’m back home after a truly wonderful weekend – I think I had as much fun teaching my weavers as they had with the tablet weaving! As always, what makes part of the fascination I have with teaching is how … Continue reading

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I also mentioned… sprang, right? There has been some spranging going on, both in preparation for the workshop I’ll give (where there will be a little flower made as a pattern)… …and, as a sideline collateral, some spranging on a … 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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