|Dolly, cloned from a mammary cell (thus her name) of a Finn Dorset sheep is now on permanent view at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh. She had a short life but a famous one, mothering 6 lambs before her passing at age 6|
|A visit to the Geoffrey Tailor of Edinburgh shop brought a mind-bending look at some contemporary bespoke kilt outfits. Goeffrey Tailor has made two of John's kilts, neither of which is pin-stripe!|
|Two weaver friends from the Weavers Guild of Kalamazoo came to Alpena with the Model T touring club and Cindi and Judi came out for a studio visit. Judi's photo caught my 'stash-reduction' kimono and Cindi too.|
Alpena is having very Scottish weather just now, windy, misty and cool. Perfect for staying inside and weaving. I'm currently working on a Lithuanian National Costume blouse for a friend. It is an interesting challenge to me as I am learning how to make my 24-shaft Toika weave like a draw-loom. Maybe next post I'll have some pictures of this project to share.
Keep warped and shuttle on, Kati 11-10-14