Although I visited several museums during my time in NYC this year, my week was notable for research rather than gallery gazing. I was on
Yesterday was my Metropolitan Museum of Art “Friends and family” day, starting with a visit to “Monumental Journey: The Dauggerotypes of Giraut de Prangey” with
We survived the polar vortex in Minnesota, with only one frozen pipe (and a no-doubt expensive plumber visit). On day one of my annual trip
The display up at the Weavers Guild of Minnesota through April 12, 2019, “Scandinavian Tapestry Treasures from the Collection of Carol Johnson,” is divided into
When I posted about a tapestry featuring woodticks last fall, my friend and former co-worker at the Minnesota Legislative Reference Library, Jess Hopeman, commented, “Oh
I called this weaving figurative boundweave or boundweave figures, but didn’t include the Swedish colloquial name, Gubbatäcke or Gubbaväv. The weave structure is bunden rosengang, or bound rosepath.