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Link roundup

Some things people have sent me recently:

From Laura, this link to a report on textiles from Burgos Cathedral, Spain.

From Cori, a link to a creative use for embroidery: animation. If you browse the archives, there are some lovely skeleton animals too.

From Beth Matney on the MEDTC-DISCUSS e-list: Inlaid Patchwork in Europe from 1500 to the Present – Tuchintarsien in Europa vcon 1500 bis heute, Dagmar Neuland-Kitzerow / Joram Salwa / Erika Karasek (Hrsg), authors: Gisela Bruseberg, Mari-Louise Franzén, Regine Falkenberg, Ulrike Telek, Ines Anders, Martin Kügler, Clare Rose, Annette Gero, Lar Joye, Andreas Jakob, Ulrich Herr, Ursel Arndt . Bilingual edition German / English, 328 pages, 133 illustrations in color, 17 black and white, 21 x 27 cm, 1485 g, ISBN: 9783795422172 3795422175 Euro 49.90 (Amazon $42.24) “This is the first publication to document, introduce and discuss around 70 inlaid patchworks created from 1500 to the present day. The objects are held by various museums and private collections in Austria, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, the Netherlands, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, Australia and the United States of America.”
(Look interesting, Carrie?)

The Carrot Museum’s history of carrots page. Carrot museum? What will they think of next?



Forgot one: Magazine article about the local SCA group. I took the first two photos.

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