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January 2016 Reads

One of the drawbacks of reading books on a tablet is that you cannot take a pretty photo of a stack of eBooks or digital magazines. But, here is what I read in January: Books The Little World of Liz Climo by … Continue reading

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Weekend Reading–1/16/16

My husband and I finally saw Star Wars: The Force Awakens this afternoon. The movie was even better than I expected. I was afraid to get my hopes up too high, but I really enjoyed the film. I’m so glad … Continue reading

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Weekend Reading — 1/8/2016

Lots of folks still publishing roundups of 2015 this week. I enjoyed reading Amy McLay Paterson’s article “I read 164 books in 2015 and tracked them all in a spreadsheet. Here’s what I learned.” Walt Crawford’s reading list cracked me up. … Continue reading

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Weekend Reading–12/19/15

This week’s roundup of art, crafts, stitching, books and other links that caught my eye this week: Have you been downloading and stitching the free 12 Days of Christmas series by Plum Street Samplers? 11 Lords of Leaping was released … Continue reading

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2015 in Books…er, Magazines

I wanted to do a crafty book round-up for this year, but then I looked back on the books I finished this year and realized I didn’t read a single art or craft related book. How is that even possible? I … Continue reading

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Crafty Books Read in 2013

I read a fair number of art and craft books every year. Some I read for inspiration, others for information or continuing education. This past year was no exception. In no particular order, here are some of the crafty books … Continue reading

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Textiles: The Art of Mankind

I want this book. It is very expensive, but that is to be expected considering the extensive color illustrations and the fact that it is nearly 600 pages. This is a showpiece of a book, and a must-read for anyone … Continue reading

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