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Day Job

Originally posted on Ed Castro's Blog:
It’s not a secret that most working artist have day jobs. However the reasons vary for person to person. I know artist who are mechanics, information technology personnel, are involved in sales of…

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Today’s gratitude in two shots: kids and books

I am always grateful to come across moments like these. It somehow validates my work, what I’ve done to bring children and books together, but it’s more than that. It brings me deep joy to see, because this was surely … Continue reading

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A few Grateful moments: a hodgepodge

This was a busy weekend for me, as I prepared to teach feltmaking. I loaded my car full of fibers and hot pots and towels and tools, and looked at colors and textures  and got my mind ready to share … Continue reading

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Grateful: colors and fibers abound

Preparing fleece and tools for the feltmaking class I’m teaching next weekend at Gail Harker’s Center. Feeling grateful for sheep and silkworms and goats. And colors!!! I love colors.

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NaNo inspirations Day 5: Kate’s eggs

If you’ve never seen a glass egg (or a wooden or stone one), they are designed to encourage chickens to nest where you want them to, rather than any old place like on the floor of the coop, or in … Continue reading

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