Monthly Archives: November 2009

From printing to pdfs

For all of the courses I teach, I send like to send participants home with class notes that they can reference later. I cover a lot of material and it’s easy to miss a detail or two, and it frees … Continue reading

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Cashmere and climate change, again

A few weeks back, my post on cashmere and climate change was featured on the Maisonneuve blog. Thanks to the Maisy staff!

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Spinning for embroidery

Shortly I’ll post about my a trip I took to the Laurentians back in August, which included a stop at Laurentian Alpacas, the source of the fibre for the project in this post. For now, though, a bit about my … Continue reading

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A trip to Pine Hill Farm

A couple of weeks ago I made a visit to Pine Hill Farm in Hemmingford, Quebec, about one hour south of Montreal and close to the New York border. As part of an article I’m writing for Spin-Off, I decided … Continue reading

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