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As Ye Sew, So Shall Ye Rip (My First Sewing Memory)

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Agony-Needle-and-StringMom possessed a lot of really good, practical knowledge which she began passing down to my sister and me as soon as she felt we were old enough to understand what we were doing. One of the many skills she taught us was how to sew.Continue reading As Ye Sew, So Shall Ye Rip (My First Sewing Memory)

Origami Notes: Drowning In Cranes

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220px-PaperCranesOrigami can be fun.  Origami can be meditative. Origami can drive you nuts in that challenging, crossword puzzle kind of way.

Origami can also leave you with a dilemma:  What to do with all those paper cranes?  After all, there are only so many you can hang onto a mobile. And you already made two tiny ones into a pair of cute little earrings.

So now what?

I’m afraid that the only paper folding I’ll be doing for a while will be at the coffee shop where I can leave any successes to entertain the barista behind the counter.

No more paper folding at home.  Sayonara, origami.

Origami Notes: Taking The Journey

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origami crumpledOne of my recent pastimes is the ancient Japanese art of paper folding known as origami.  Origami is based on mathematical principles.  Like math, origami can be very simple, or it can be extremely rich and complex.Continue reading Origami Notes: Taking The Journey

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