You can (and should!) find it here:
My website got a nice facelift recently and as part of that, I moved the blog so everything is in one place. The content on Blogger will stay there, but it has also all been migrated to the website. New posts will only show up on the website, so come and find me there.
If you receive my blog via email, I now have email set up on the new blog. When you go there, look for the little form in the right sidebar. It look like this:
This sign-up is different than the one for my newsletter. Blog posts come several times a week. My newsletter is in the form of a letter and it shows up every other Thursday. They will both come from Mailchimp. If you're not sure whether you've signed up for my newsletter, you can do it HERE. Mailchimp will throw out any duplicate emails. Don't forget that you have to confirm the subscription in the email Mailchimp will send you.
I recently had someone tell me they spent a day reading through my entire blog. I started it in April 2008, so that was a real commitment. If you like getting posts in email, sign up now so you don't end up with a backlog of tapestry weaving to catch up on.
Since the move, you may have missed a few recent posts. Here is the list:
Vermont 2016, A masterclass in color and design: The review of my fabulous retreat in Plymouth, VT. I can't wait to do it again!
A small-town tapestry project--Cavendish: I taught a two-day beginners workshop after the retreat in Proctorsville, VT. Vermonters are real go-getters!
Weaving on small looms, Hokett looms and beyond: A student asked me about warping Hokett looms and since she was in my online class, I made her this video. I thought it might be useful for others also.
Commissions. Weaving for a client (or learning basic addition the hard way): My recent work on a large commission teaches me about the finite nature of time.
The internet guide I wrote for my Mom. When you didn't grow up using the internet... My Mom is amazing. And she is learning a lot about using the internet since her retirement from 35 years as a behavioral pediatrician. It seems likely that many of us could use this kind of resource page.
So head on over to the new blog home. We can have a glass of wine or sparkly water together and talk about tapestry. It looks like this.