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Textiles come in many shapes and forms. So much can be achieved with some knowledge of what to do and how to do it.

This area is for all who would like to share their experiences, and maybe teach us a few new ways to experiment with textiles.


Reclaiming Textiles, Craftivism is on the Rise
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Imagine this, someone sets up their loom or spool with the finest cashmere wool from Peru. They create a beautifully made and designed sweater which you buy and wear for several loving years. After some time, the sweater style is out of fashion, the color has faded or it has shrunk and you have grown.
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Louis Quatorze (XIV) 1643-1715
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A few months after the death of Richelieu, Louis Xlll died, leaving his five-year-old son Louis XIV to reign for seventy-two years, first under the restraint of Mazarin, and later as absolute monarch. With his succession and under the unbroken influence of his long reign all the arts flourished to an extraordinary degree.
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History of Textiles--an Overview
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Textile weaving is, with architecture, among the oldest of the arts, and dates from the earliest periods of history. It was understood in Egypt, and records are found showing that it was practiced at a remote period in the Far East.
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