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My commonplace book has moved!

It now has a home of its own at virtuallycommonplace.

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  1. 4 Jul 2008 2:46 pm

    This is a wonderful idea! In the past I have tried this (longhand) many times, though I did not know what it was called, despite my having been an English major. Gosh darn, am I going to have to learn how to create tabs on my blog as you and Leigh have done??? (grin!)

  2. paul byrne permalink
    13 Nov 2008 9:29 pm

    PLEASE HELP ME PLEASE HELP ME!!!!! I AM IN DESPARATE NEED OF THE NAME OF THE PERSON OR A BOOK THAT CAN HELP ME MAKE THE TRIAXIAL WEAVE PATTERN, IS THERE SUCH A BOOK TO TEACH ME HOW? I HAVE BEEN TRYING FOR A MONTH NOW TRYING TO FIGURE IT OUT. SOME ONE PLEASE HELP ME,IM AT MY WITS END CONTACT ME AT pbouli2000@yahoo.com ASAP! IM BEGGING SOME ONE HELP ME.

  3. 13 Nov 2008 9:52 pm

    Shhhh, Paul, you’re scaring me! It is not that bad, really it isn’t. Take a deep breath, then another. I know a little group of triaxial weavers and I have emailed them to ask if anyone can help, since I am not an expert. However, in the meantime I would suggest you email hga@weavespindye.org and ask them whether they have a copy of the following back issue of their magazine:
    SHUTTLE SPINDLE & DYEPOT Volume XXXIX No. 1 Issue 153 Winter 2007/2008
    That has really clear step-by-step instructions which even I was able to follow ;-)

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