NOBO Handweavers

National Musuem of the American Coverlet

Our new co-Lady NOBO, Karen Harmin, came across this interesting site and I thought it worth sharing with all of you. Not really that far away. Thanks, Karen.

http://www.coverletmuseum.org/default.htm

 

 

Your Passport to Weaving

Please don’t forget that you need a 3″ x 3″ weaving sample for your passport. This sample is your identification and you will need the sample in order to obtain a passport. Fiber(s), color(s), and structure/pattern are entirely your choice.

June Meeting Minutes

Minutes from the June Meeting have been posted, please use this link or select Minutes from the menu.

Thanks to Margaret and Martha for inputs and reviews.

May Meeting Minutes

Minutes from the May meeting have been posted, please use this link or select Minutes from the menu.

Thanks to Margaret and Martha for their inputs.

May Show and Share

Pictures from the Show and Share in May have been posted. In addition some pictures from the Salisbury display have been posted. Please select the Gallery and then select Sandra’s album. May pictures are in the May 2017 sub album and the Salisbury Library in the Salisbury Library sub album.

 

Site Access from iPhone

I tried access from my Android phone, T-Mobile,  from Burlington this morning and it worked OK over the air By over the air I mean not connected through a local wifi. Few people were at work this morning so I’ll check next week with iPhone users to see if they can access the site.

One thing I forgot to ask was who is your wireless carrier – eg AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile or other.

When logged in and you select the site you’ll notice the top bar remains active and you can add a new post without returning t the Dashboard

Thanks

Umbillicaria

Thanks to Ted’s informative talk about our website, I’m running a test and it seems to be working.

As we discussed Dye Day, several people asked what color the umbillicaria lichen dye produced.

Well—seeing is believing.