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This collection of Linda Collier Ligon's essays in Handwoven magazine traces the ups and downs, joys and trials, and people and events of the weaving world over the last 25 years. In these essays textiles are the window to the world, and questions such as What does it mean to have a loom-shaped life? What's warp, what's weft? and What are the interlacements? are explored with precise, probing insight that is always engaging. Whether urging readers to act, describing her battles with a fine linen yarn, or recounting her computer's spell-check replacements for weaving terms, these essays from the founder of Interweave Press will enchant, amuse, and delight.
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Linda Collier Ligon is author of Homespun, Handknit. She is the founder and president of Interweave Press, which publishes six magazines and has more than a 100 books in print. She lives in Loveland, Colorado.
"Her honesty makes us bond with her even more. Whatever Linda Ligon's purpose or your need, any and every reader will enjoy this handsomely produced text." —The Shuttle Scuttle
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