2000 year old Egyptian 20 sided die with Greek characters. 2nd century B.C.–4th century A.D.
A STUDIO VISIT WITH MYSELF
Amid a normal three-coffee-cup morning it occurred to me that I might do a little studio visit, I haven’t had anyone over to share projects with for a while, so I made some calls and was able to get myself to come over for a few minutes to chat and shoot some photos before I had to get back to an on-line course I was working on and some other family administrative stuff, you know, dad stuff. SO here’s our interview:
This looks pretty good, soft too huh?
Yeah once it’s washed it really fluffs out, the texture, even the color will change some, see these thicker yarns here?
no, which ones, oh these?
Yeah they’ll be really nice too.
Hey I like your place can I look around and take some pictures?
Sure mi casa es su casa
Just log onto our website and enter your Facebook stuff to convert all those likes into cash!! Just kidding!!
Live Weaving one last time at Gravel and Gold! Today from 2-7, on 21st st. off of Valencia in the Mission district of San Francisco.
if you can’t beat em join em
I don’t know, it’s complicated, but really can’t people STOP MAKING WEAVING INTO PAINTING? It’s probably just me.
Great Aunt Mucy gets blogged! Bay Area you are invited to this Thursday’s show of blankets and weaving and my beautiful wife Iris’ birthday! click the photo for the blog, from which you can also find the specific time/location
bows = love
thank you Elder Tod
this is what it’s like now
I made a cup and a spoon!