The tag line on one of my daughter’s t-shirts I’d stashed away for the past five years was from her debate team. This year I
One of the “extras” that came with my lovely new (old) Toika loom was a LARGE warping reel. It sits, way too much of the
Taking weaving classes at Vesterheim Norwegian-American Museum in Decorah has enriched my life tremendously. Each class is an opportunity to spend a few days in
A tiny shop in the old part of central Berlin had beautiful boiled wool coats and jackets, more wristwarmers and funny circles of felted spikes.
It seems that everyone must have cold wrists in Germany, because I saw so many wristwarmers. There were knitted wristwarmers, beautifully designed graphic machine-knitted wristwarmers,
My study tour of libraries and archives in Berlin ended on Saturday afternoon. Our leader, Evelin Morgenstern, took Mark Strattner, Claire Marumoto, and me to