At our March Scandinavian Weavers Study Group meeting, the talk began with a comment by Veronna Capone, whose craftsmanship is impeccable. She’d struggled with a
When I visited my friend Martha in Philadelphia we squeezed in historical tours and several shows connected with the FiberDelphia celebration. Even the historical tours
As part of an ambitious project to document and share their rich collection of artifacts, the Vesterheim Norwegian-American Museum is posting photos and descriptions online.
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.