Fibery photos.

More than you ever thought about medieval fiber and dyes.

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4 Responses to Fibery photos.

  1. gayle says:

    That medieval fibers thread was a fascinating read! Peasants would have looked ever so jaunty in pink tunics, yellow breeches and a bright blue hat!
    I love the look the cat is giving the ‘stegotortoise’!

  2. k says:

    80% of her time doing fiberwork? I don’t feel so bad about a.) the time I spend just knitting (‘just’ as in ‘only’) and b.) the tiny portion of my wardrobe that is handmade. Yay Medieval! Yay fibers!

  3. Ann in NJ says:

    I can only hope/assume that practicing weaving (and spinning and handsewing) since childhood meant that women were faster at it than I am because good God it feels like it takes forever to sew something with a MACHINE.

  4. I love that pile of donuts! Though I do wonder if they are comfortable cushions to sit in, or what…

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