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Monthly Archives: January 2014

Sometimes the only choice is to weave

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I have been meaning to write this post since last Sunday but time and internet issues (yes, little biting animals finally made their way through our Comcast cable and suddenly no internet!) stood in my way.  Here goes . .

Delica Bead Bracelet on Leather Cuff

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My latest addiction is returning to size 11 Delica beads and either using or not using the kit to eliminate warp ends.  The piece is then attached to a leather cuff.  I just glue it on.  I have been putting

For the younger Mirrix bead weaver

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Ever since we had some amazing kids take part in a bead weaving class back in December, we have been thinking a lot about weaving and kids. We believe that when it comes to art, high quality tools and materials are

Beat the Winter Blues!

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There’s always that time right after the holidays where it really hits me that it’s winter. I start getting sick of chapped lips and cold nights and longing for spring (which seems oh-so-far-away). If you’re fighting the winter blues, there’s

Silk, Soumak and a New Year

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I have returned from Seattle refreshed and overwhelmed with ideas and work.  White in Seattle Elena and I did a lot of brainstorming (my head feels ready to fall off) and now it’s our job to make these ideas become

Old Posts Blog Series: Pull and Pray

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In this blog series, we are going through some old Mirrix posts, instructions and information that may have been lost along the way, editing it, and re-posting it here. Pull and Pray or Tape and Tug Aptly renamed by Jeri,