Category Archives: Teaching

Pleasure trumps exhaustion.

Woke up today to a post from one of my sisters who had seen facebook photos of my weaving class at Super Cool Summer School in Kentfield. Hope the link lets you see the smiling faces of  seven brand new … Continue reading

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How I spent my summer vacation

It is well established that The Good Weaver and The Good Knitter plan their projects completely, do sampling to check their plans, actually follow their plans and then write up their notes and file them away with their samples. Sadly … Continue reading

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The upside of getting a cold

I’ve been traveling for work always seem to get a cold after flying.  I could barely fall asleep last night because of my cough, so why do I think there’s an upside to getting sick? No one wants to be … Continue reading

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Gratitude: A diary of creating my (third or fourth) career

Eight months ago I asked the universe (and my friends) for weaving students and I am full of gratitude that it really is happening. After 33 years as a weaver, I am now also a teacher. My blog, my advertising … Continue reading

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Jumping in feet first: my new textile venture

Today will be my anniversary. Today I received the postcards I designed as my new business card and now it feels real: As of August 26, 2013 Fiber Associations is my textile business as a weaving and knitting teacher; a … Continue reading

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