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Closing tabs

The things, they have been building up:

First ever (really?) prehistoric fashion show. I so hope photos end up online.

Sixteen-bedroom Tuscan castle for sale. We could all chip in…

What does a Renaissance man wear? from Midori Snyder. Writing fiction is a wonderful excuse to research anything.

Mastercrafts: Learning to weave as reality television, from Katrin Kania.

I haven’t watched this video on medieval Icelandic textiles yet; I’m saving it for later and sharing it with you in a single step.

Maybe this will break the dead spell, and I’ll be back to tell you about tomatoes, kittens, delightful visiting textile craftspeople, peonies and roses. We’ll see.

4 Comments on “Closing tabs”

  1. #1 DataGoddess
    on Jun 6th, 2013 at 11:37 pm

    That could easily be a Fiend castle!

  2. #2 Katrin
    on Jun 7th, 2013 at 2:26 am

    Tomatoes and kitties? Yes please! As well as delightful visits of textile people, those are always nice to hear about :)

  3. #3 Connie
    on Jun 7th, 2013 at 2:48 am

    I love that the castle comes with its own skeleton!
    Let us know should pictures of the prehistoric fashion show become available – I’d love to see those!

    (As a kid, I wanted to become an archaeologist and historian – now I am an ecologist….)

  4. #4 Phiala
    on Jun 7th, 2013 at 8:06 am

    I always wanted to be an ecologist, and now I dabble in archaeology and history as well. :)