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08 June 2009
Went to the library yesterday to read Sheila Hicks' "Weaving as Metaphor"
More to come of some of her beautiful journals
and a piece I love of embroidered nun's darned linen socks...
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waulking is an old scottish textile process of fulling harris tweed by repeatedly beating the cloth, done exclusively by women, they would sit around large tables passing the cloth to the left and singing waulking songs
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