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Candace Can!

Can Candace Fix It? Yes, She Can!

By Mary Walker | April 28, 2023

Candace is one of our continuing weaving students and had set up her third weaving, hoping to work on it during the holiday break of 2022.  She wanted to challenge herself, so she selected an ambitious Eyedazzler pattern.  It would demand that she pay attention to the weft position on each and every row.  … Read about Candace’s persistence in fixing and finishing her project.

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Heard Museum Indian Fair and Market 2023

Heard Museum Indian Fair 2023

By Mary Walker | March 17, 2023

One of the year’s highlights is the Heard Museum Fair and Indian Market.  Presenting a gallery of pictures from 2023 and looking forward to 2024.  Wonderful work, wonderful friends, wonderful time.  See you next year!

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Good Thursday from our backyard flowers! We have amaranth, California poppies, a little grapevine intrusion, some sunflowers, horseweed ( prized by migratory birds), coneflower, coreopsis, and globe mallow. Thanks to Josie, who is on the storefront on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday for keeping our garden patch watered and weeded. That's why we call them Josie's Posies! ... See MoreSee Less

Good Thursday from our backyard flowers!  We have amaranth, California poppies, a little grapevine intrusion, some sunflowers, horseweed ( prized by migratory birds), coneflower, coreopsis, and globe mallow.  Thanks to Josie, who is on the storefront on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday for keeping our garden patch watered and weeded.  Thats why we call them Josies Posies!

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