The new issue of the Norwegian Textile Letter is out, and features a translation of a wonderful cultural history article about rag rugs in Norway:
Our kitchen became a rug-stamping workshop twice for granddaughter Alden. Last December my daughter Margaret requested a rug to go underneath grandson Fitzgerald’s Christmas present–a
My husband and his sister are both fanatical Sudoku players; if they need a minute to relax or switch gears, they pop up the grid
I am constantly aware of my great good fortune to live in Minneapolis, close to the Weavers Guild of Minnesota. Although the Scandinavian Weavers Study
As a rya fan, I love all variations of woven pile, including halv-flossa, which is a pile weave that doesn’t cover the whole woven base.
During the recent “Traditional Norwegian Weaving: American Reboot” exhibit, I gave a tour to a Norway House board member, Kris Walseth, and fifteen of her