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Tag Archives: textiles
Puzzle of January 21, 2010
by Reynold Clérisier.
Book of November 19, 2009
The war is over and there is no money, but Anna's mother trades some of their old things to get Anna a new coat.
Book of November 17, 2009
Before the agricultural revolution, there was the String Revolution: how and why women invented textiles, and why textiles are quintessential women's work.
Puzzle of November 14, 2009
Crocheted Flu Virus, by Anita Bruce.
Puzzle of October 24, 2009
Cotton fibers stained with berberine sulphate and color depth shaded, magnified 200-fold.