Monthly Archives: July 2013

Not every idea works

Last week I utterly and completely failed to create a seaweed basket. Walking on the beach on our last day on Orcas Island, I saw a dotted white seaweed so transparent I thought it was a piece of a jelly … Continue reading

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The joy of teaching

As I am starting to put out to the world that I want to be a weaving teacher, things are actually moving.  A friend connected me with a friend of his and she is my guinea pig first private weaving … Continue reading

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Be Prepared

As a former Girl Scout I’m feeling some internal conflict between that voice that keeps reminding me to “Be Prepared” and my current efforts to simplify my life. GF and I are vacationing on Orcas Island, one of the San … Continue reading

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 “One stitch at a time, hour after hour… this is where the healing lies”. I Love this quote from Erin Endicott in her Healing Sutras series. Weaving or knitting or other:                                                                                                   Crossing threads hour after hour, day after day  … Continue reading

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Golden Gate Weavers is the oldest weaving guild in CA (1938) and recently we have been doing public exhibits. This summer we have an exhibit of weaving at the Nature Center in Tilden Park. They asked us to weave with … Continue reading

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