The “brudekant,” or bride’s edge, on the edge of sheepskin coverlets, can vary in width and look very different depending on the type of fleece
As a follow-up to my previous post about sewing a textile to a sheepskin I asked Jan Mostrom, who attended Britt Solheim’s class on skinnfell-making
A fellow weaver posted a question to the national Scanweave email list this week, asking for guidance on attaching a textile to a sheepskin backing.
Last night the MN House of Representatives debated the tax bill on the floor into the evening. It seemed like winding a warp for the
Spring has come amazingly early to Minneapolis, and it makes me want to take a road trip. Several years ago my friend Annemor Sundbø was
I’m still at work creating Edvard Munch’s Skrik image in various textile techniques. Next up: Scream in rya. The piece will be large, 31″ by