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Marking Time 8.4.16

 

"There is a morning inside you waiting to burst open into Light."—Rumi

 

 

Marking Time 6.3.16

 

"The lightning spark of thought generated in the solitary mind awakens its likeness in another mind." —Thomas Carlyle

 

 

Marking Time 3.7.16

 

"Our ancestors dwell in the attics of our brains as they do in the spiraling chains of knowledge hidden in every cell of our bodies." —Shirley Abbott

 

 

Last week wound down with the completion of the banner project at the local elementary school. It was an amazing five weeks of weaving--always the fastest hour of the day/the fastest month of the year.

Marking Time 2.26.16

 

"For in the dew of little things, the heart finds its morning and is refreshed.” –Kahlil Gibran
 

 

 

Marking Time 2.5.16

 

"Every day we ought to review our purpose…" –Thomas Kempis

 

 

The Week in Review

 

Gail, a local high school art teacher, was in my adult knitting group. We've wanted to get together and weave for a long time. Last Friday teachers had a half-day, and that provided the perfect opportunity.

Marking Time 2.2.16

 

"If you come to a fork in the road, take it." –Yogi Berra

 

 

Marking Time 1.28.16

 

“Over, under, around, or through. There is always a way." –Soteria

 

 

Threading A Bobbin:  An Over-Under Discussion

 

 

Doing research for my post on Wednesday, I came across a comment about the way to thread a bobbin in the shuttle.

Marking Time 11.3.15

 

"What is written [or in my case, woven] should seem a happy accident." –W. Somerset Maugham

 

 

A loom in the Studio was at the end of its warp. Time to put on the warp extension tube and finish it off before the next class.

 

 

Marking Time 6.26.15

 

"Be happy.

Marking Time 4.21.15

 

" 'Tis the gift to be simple, 'tis the gift to be free,…" —Elder Joseph Brackett, 1848

 

 

Unexpectedly I found myself vending at a local knitting retreat last Saturday on short notice. I took whatever books, yarns, and ready-made warps with me, and was looking forward to seeing some of my fiber friends. They understand.

 

 

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