Embroidered Treasures Flowers book

Well, it seems like I’ve let a week slip by since my last post.  I really didn’t mean for that to happen, as I knew what I wanted to write about next.  But, well, life happens.  And things get in the way.  I suspect many of you totally get that. I love me a goodContinue reading “Embroidered Treasures Flowers book”

Threads of History

This past weekend, I was fortunate to spend a beautiful fall day at Winterthur in DE.  If you are anywhere near the region, it is well worth a visit. If you’ve never heard of it, a brief description from Winterthur’s website: “Almost 60 years ago, collector and horticulturist Henry Francis du Pont (1880–1969) opened his childhoodContinue reading “Threads of History”

Albrecht Durer’s Knots – Part II

As I wrote about in my last blog post, a few years back, I learned about these prints, dated from around the first years of the 1500s, these knots created by the artist Albrecht Durer.  I was so taken by them and truly delved into a personal research project to learn more. Some background cameContinue reading “Albrecht Durer’s Knots – Part II”

Albrecht Durer’s Knots – part 1

In my other world (as opposed to my needlework world), I am a middle school math teacher.  And I only bring this up today because it is relevant to the story I am telling. Some of you may already have known about the math side of me.  Some of you may have already seen someContinue reading “Albrecht Durer’s Knots – part 1”