Monthly Archives: May 2011

The PERFECT Pet

We are petless. Our boys like to remind me of this.“I want a lion rabbit,” Kenny says on the way home from school.“A lion?”“A lion rabbit.” He went on to tell me about how someone in his class owned one, … Continue reading

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Taking the Tapestry off the Loom

I took it off the loom this morning. I probably should have let it “rest,” but I went ahead and blocked it. One of the hardest things to master in tapestry weaving is straight selvedges (the side edges). I was … Continue reading

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Latest: Tapestry in Progress

I have had this on my Mirrix loom warped for over six months. I worked on my rigid heddle primarily all winter, then came my new fascination with the triangle looms, both the 2-foot and the 3-foot. I’ve been making … Continue reading

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The Beetle and the Mercedes

Ryan has the most fabulous imagination. Today he wouldn’t let Daddy get rid of a large branch because it had the head of a dinosaur. Later, he asked me what kind of “vehicle” I would like. It was a beautiful Saturday … Continue reading

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Teeth and Tooth Fairies

One morning, my husband woke up  to find Ryan’s tooth on our bureau. Since it had come out several weeks prior, the tooth had been travelling around the house. It was on the kitchen counter for a while. “When is … Continue reading

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