Wednesday, June 21, 2017

'Ta Luego from Diane Ferguson


Until I see you again . . . I'm sure we will bump into each other again somewhere on the net. The Fire blog has a wonderfully wide readership and I've enjoyed being a part of the fun. Beth found me because I love to comment! That was the cherry on top - starting conversations in the comments. Keep on commenting whenever you find blogs you like. There's no predicting where it will lead.

You can follow me on my blog at https://yarngoddess.wordpress.com/
I'm still writing about the textile tour I took to Guatemala last February.
Life intervened and there was the regional Contemporary Handweavers of Texas conference - I was the official photographer and managed to take a great workshop with Anastasia Azure
Yes, there are gigantic safety pins woven into this copper bracelet. I can't wait to finish it! If some of the beads weren't rolled paper, I might have tried dipping this into liver of sulphur or singeing it with a blowtorch ... next time!




6 comments:

  1. Diane, Your bracelet looks fantastic! Your blog link here didn't take me to your blog but rather to Blogger.com sign-in. But I found it - https://yarngoddess.wordpress.com/

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    1. That was weird - that was one of those stupid links put in by google I think. So I edited the post with the real link.
      Thanks, the bracelet was really fun to work on.
      Diane

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  2. ...Well, that link was your website, I guess!

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  3. I am also trying to sign up to your blog...but cannot figure out how...

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  4. Oh, sorry it's being difficult.
    https://yarngoddess.wordpress.com/
    Then you scroll all the way to the bottom to subscribe so that posts come to your email. Or you can add it to your reader - I use feedly.
    Thanks for searching - hope this helps.
    Diane

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  5. Thanks Diane for all you have contributed to the blog and readers information. I am so happy the FIRE blog will remain UP for quick reference.

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