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HTTPS Secure Server Migration

In this age of cyber hacking and concerns about security, I have decided to move all of this website to a secure server – Https not http. Although no personal financial information is collected at this site and I provide information only, you can’t be too careful. This has been done now. You will […]

Paper Yarn Placemats Weaving Pattern

This pattern is woven in tabby but use different types of yarns giving an interesting effect. The placemats and table runner are woven using 22/2 cottolin for warp. This is woven in a thick/thin rep weave, using paper yarn and hemp single ply tow yarn as the weft. You can substitute the hemp with […]

Papermaking with Polypores

How to make handmade paper using polypores. […]

Paper Yarn Weaving - Pirkko Karvonen - Convergence 2002

Learning to weave with paper yarns. […]

Handmade Paper

The art of making handmade paper […]

Handwoven Paper Wallhanging Project

A woven wall hanging project using recycled Christmas wrapping paper […]

Japanese Paper Weaving

The art of weaving with paper in Japan […]

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