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August 19, 2010


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Did you read Tracy Chevalier's "The Lady and the Unicorn"? It's on my unread stack (metaphorically since it's really on my iPhone!)...

Kristi aka FiberFool

Those tapestries must be a sight to behold in person! Thanks for taking a bit of time to give us a glimpse :-)


They've finished four of the tapestries? When I was there (2003?), they only had one done. They must be working like maniacs. So cool you got to see these!

Deborah Robson

Donna, I haven't read that one yet. I meant to! Thanks for the reminder.

Kristi, they're amazing. The ones in NY are hung high up on the wall and are lit for conservation--i.e., not lit much at all. These are a whole different experience.

And yes, Kit, they've finished four and two more are well along. They weave steadily, daily. They started with only one (the lady), then got funding for the others.


Deb, I'd be grateful if you could let us know when the article will appear. I'm not a weaver so only tend to buy a copy when an article has crossover interest for me so knowing which issue to look for would make sure I didn't miss out on this.

Deb Robson

To the extent that I know, I will pass the information along. It will be a
short piece. I havent written it yet, so it will be at least a short while
before it appears!

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