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Grundtvik and Transatlantic Felting

Posted December 3, 2020
by Elise Kyllo
Mette Ostman and I working on a wet felted vessel via the internet I have recently met a very…
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Intern Nia Zekan Shares Some Photos of Intern Life

Posted November 18, 2020
In looking back at all the photos I’ve taken over the last ten months, I’ve got none…
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Intern Alex Norman's Slojd Project: A Timber-Framed Swing Set

Posted November 18, 2020
by Alex Norman
​Wherever I am, I come to muse on the mundane and how impacted we are by the structures we…
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Birch bark, whitefish, and baskets.

Posted November 5, 2020
by Emily Derke
Many people recognize and know the birch tree. I often think about how familiar we are with the…
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Color in Weaving

Posted October 23, 2020
by Christine Novotny
Coming from a painting background, I am always fascinated by color interaction. I am quick to…
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Drama or Dreams

Posted September 23, 2020
by Elise Kyllo
This is a time of numerous challenges for many and exhausting drama in the world. I feel extremely…
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Growing Flax for Linen

Posted August 14, 2020
by Christine Novotny
I was lucky to take a class last year with Andrea Myklebust, owner of Black Cat Farmstead, who…
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Community Supports Craft

Posted July 30, 2020
by Elise Kyllo
Felting, like any craft, can be intensely solitary and for someone who thrives on social…
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Wordslöjd & Jargoncraft: an Intern Dictionary of Discovery, Part 4

Posted July 17, 2020
by Jake Fee
Click the link for Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3.  Aggy-jagger. When the lake is cold,…
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Time, and Harvest Time

Posted July 10, 2020
by Emily Derke
Right now it’s harvest season. That means that it is the season to collect some specific…
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