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March 01, 2013


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Would love to take a workshop with Nilda! Have a workshop on backstrap weaving with Laverne http://backstrapweaving.wordpress.com next week. So much we can learn from those who have gone before us.

Diana Troldahl

Thanks for the lovely introduction, just enough to entice me!
I too love learning all the nooks and crannies of textile art. If not all, than as many as I can fit in to one lifetime :-}

Dina Fullerton

Fantastic post! I sense a new book...

L.M. Cunningham

I did a class with Jean Newsted a number of years ago where we did a variety of edgings -- some puntas, but others as well, and then knit a small bag employing those bobble-like items.

Both the bag and Jean's hilariously fabulous handout (Cerlox-bound, no less) are stashed away in a box over at storage: I look forward to revisiting it when I get it unpacked.

Greg Cotton

Yes, Deb---you definitely look happy when you're teaching.

Deb Robson

Thanks for the confirmation, Greg. I feel happy when Im teaching!

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