Monthly Archives: July 2016

Yarn Of A Story

A 3,000 year-old ball of yarn has been found!  Check out this article by AAAS for recent discoveries in England. http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2016/07/bronze-age-inferno-preserved-extraordinary-view-life-united-kingdom-3000-years-ago

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Surrealist Photography and a Dadaist Poem

My Dadaist Poem by Mary Lou Fall   The following pictures were taken by Mary Lou Fall and were NOT altered using Photoshop.  The origami was folded by Melissa, and Tristan Zara’s cut-up technique described in the Dada Manifesto was … Continue reading

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A Few Of My Favorites Things

This week, I started  working on a new knitting project.  Of course, this is in conjunction with Silke from Coco Knits.  Last summer, I discovered  Noro’s Kibou, a DK weight yarn, 54% Cotton, 34% Wool and 12% Silk.  The pattern number … Continue reading

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