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Feb
26
2014

Louet s40 Hatbox love

Every once in a while you come across a wheel that stops you in your tracks and fills your heart with joy, just because it exists. Ok, that describes my reaction to all of the wheels we've been working on. But this one is special…
Feb
14
2014

Snow Day

This is what happens when I'm stuck at home unsupervised. [gallery type="rectangular" ids="1582,1583,1584,1585,1586,1587,1588,1589,1590,1591,1592,1593,1594,1595,1596"]
Nov
25
2013

What is handmade? A response to “Etsy’s Industrial Revolution”

Recently, Elizabeth Wayland Barber wrote an op-ed piece for the NY Times in which she questioned what the term “Hand-made” means. It was born out of Etsy’s new policy to allow factory made items to be sold. Ms. Barber starts out by showing historically that…
Nov
15
2013

A lot of changes coming

Yes, I've been quiet lately, but there's a really good reason. Fall festival season went very well. I was very busy. Dollywood Harvest celebration was huge this year. My first year teaching at Rhineback was exciting and overwhelming. Any so much more, like SAFF happened…
Jun
28
2013

Loom Build Progress

I've been working diligently on building my next loom and documenting the progress in a Facebook album on my personal page.     "This is going to be a 16 shaft parallel countermarche loom with a 22" weaving width. I'm working on a live weight…
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