Mary Skoy discovered a great Rekyavik hole-in-the-wall fish restaurant online, Saegreifin Sea Baron, reputed to have the best lobster soup in the world. When she
Tomorrow I leave for Iceland! The dark clothes are in the washer, most work-related emergencies have been taken care of, and I need to pack.
The learning curve to becoming a proficient tapestry weaver is long and steep. Thankfully, also fun. Here’s tiny family tapestry #2, my great-grandfather. I don’t
I wove this hanging several months ago, but just finished the back and applied a hanging device. I like Sami images, and wove the same
I had so much fun making a little tapestry that I decided to do another. Besides, I realized how much technique I’d forgotten, and how
Someday I plan to have an exhibit of my interpretations of Edvard Munch’s Skrik in many textile techniques. Here’s a piece in with traditional woodblock