I wove “Medieval Mash-Up with Margaret” to bring to the Norwegian tapestry workshop I planned to give in Denver in late March. (Insert sad face)
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Medieval Mash-Up #6: The Comb Symbol
The tapestry below, from the collection of the Nasjonalmuseet in Oslo (full record here), was woven in 1739. There are so many details to study.
Medieval Mash-Up #5: Skinny Leg
When I finish a weaving, there are always aspects of the work that I like, and those that remain annoying. On this one, I’m not
Medieval Mash-Up #4: Hello
The face is done–phew!–and the hair is OK. Some of you may remember that I made a small sample for this tapestry, some years ago.
Medieval Mash-up #3: The Border Blunder
I dove into the new year with a major round of ripping, but here I am on January 4. My tapestry is a mash-up of
Medieval Mash-up #2: May Your Stars Align in 2020
The Medieval mash-up tapestry is progressing nicely during the holidays, despite a bit of three-steps-forward, one-step-back ripping out. I was so excited when I finished
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