Every week I share a round-up of needlework, textile, books and art links from my wanderings around the web. Here are this week’s links:
- I recently bought a copy of Colour Confident Stitching by Karen Barbé, a new book about color theory specifically for needleworkers, and it is awesome. You can read Mary Corbett’s review of the book that she posted in March.
- Oooo, pretty. My Modern Met has some eye candy from a new book by photographer Julie Seabrook Ream, Encyclopedia of Rainbows.
- I guess I’m all about books this week. I’m also loving this look at The Card Catalog, a history of library card catalogues, which would be the perfect gift for a librarian’s upcoming birthday (*hint, hint*).
- Gulliver’s Gate is a new miniatures museum that has just opened in New York City, and it looks amazing.
- Tomorrow is Mother’s Day in the U.S., and Book Riot has a list of some favorite literary mothers.
Video of the Week
I first heard this song yesterday afternoon on the radio, and I’ve listened to it at least 8 times since then. This may be my Summer 2017 anthem.