It is pronounce Craig-na-man-ah. Well, that is how I heard it. The Irish language is a beautiful thing. The tones […]
Archive for ‘Edward Bransfield Commemorative Tartan’
The Dogs are Sad
They stretch as far as they can across the bed. They try very hard to cover every inch of the […]
The Tartan Travels Again
It was 24 months ago that I was packing and re-packing for a trip to Antarctica. It was a big […]
The Tartan as Phoenix
Weaving had been stalled for a bit. No particular reason other than life. And I really needed a break from […]
Paddle to the Sea
Holling C. Holling wrote children’s books that educated children about the world around them. There was Tree in the Trail […]
Edward Bransfield Commemorative Tartan- It is Done
It has been almost a year since the sight of the Southern Andes mountains took my breath away. It feels […]
Edward Bransfield Commemorative Tartan-Weaving Away!
Finally!!!! The last of the samples are off the loom. The best of the three will be sent to the […]
I Can Crow!
It is out. It arrived today in my mailbox. And although I have read it a thousand times before now, […]
Edward Bransfield Commemorative Tartan- First Sample
There is a rule (somewhere) that every weaving project must start with sampling. What that means is that you weave […]
Edward Bransfield Commemorative- On the Loom!
Two weeks ago, I almost posted that the tartan was, at long last, tied onto the loom. I even took […]