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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,…
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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 interaction, this…
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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 materials…
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Becoming Intimate with the Characters of Wool

Posted June 12, 2020
by Elise Kyllo
One of my favorite woolly characters is the Abominable Snowman from the Rudolph the Rednosed Reindeer movie. …
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Wordslöjd & Jargoncraft: an Intern Dictionary of Discovery, Part 3

Posted April 30, 2020
by Jake Fee
Click the link for Part 1 and Part 2   Bubbling. When you thread a weft through…
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Handwoven Towels

Posted April 24, 2020
by Christine Novotny
Towels. What a straightforward object. Before I was a weaver, I disregarded towels all together. Every towel…
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Wordslöjd & Jargoncraft: an Intern Dictionary of Discovery, Part 2

Posted April 9, 2020
by Jake Fee
My previous blog post was published just before the COVID-19 situation broke open. Blind to the strange…
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The Dance of Art, Craft, Teaching... and the Virus

Posted April 2, 2020
by Elise Kyllo
I couldn’t not address the current drama of COVID-19, but I also wanted to include the joy of…
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Wordslöjd & Jargoncraft: an Intern Dictionary of Discovery

Posted March 20, 2020
by Jake Fee
Jake Fee is a 2020 intern at North House.  Welcome, reader, to a new and regular blog…
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Why I Weave

Posted February 27, 2020
by Christine Novotny
Hello everyone! My name is Christine Novotny, and I am part of the newest cohort in the…
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