Category Archives: printing
Outgoing Incoming This week is Agora Days at my school, which means I am teaching a class on Yarn Bombing and another called The Jane Austen Auxiliary Society. In the Jane Austen class we will be spending two days on … Continue reading
I’ve successfully completed the first week of the Month of Letters Challenge. I mailed 12 letters, including valentines to my nieces and nephews, a couple postcards to other lettermo participants, a letter to a college roomate, and a couple letters … Continue reading
You may recall that I was making letterpress cards as Christmas gifts back in November. Along with one set of note cards, I gave my sister-in-law a gift certificate to spend an afternoon printing with me at The Living Letter Press. We … Continue reading
The third week in February has become one of my favorite weeks of the year. You would think, living in the dreary midwest, that I would hate this time of year, but some unknown genius decided before my time that one week … Continue reading
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On Saturday I attended a paper making and valentine printing workshop at the Soybean Press. This is the press that I took my students to in the fall when we visited the Rare Book & Manuscript Library at the University … Continue reading
I have a few remaining Christmas gifts that haven’t been shared on the blog, either because they were finished at the last minute or because they had to be kept a little bit secret. Today I thought I would share … Continue reading
The best part is that I’m now “certified” to use the press any time they have staff available. They’re going to get so sick of me.
This week has been all about letter press and knitting. On Wednesday, I took my high school Sophomores to the Rare Book and Manuscript Library at the University of Illinois and then we walked to the press that the library … Continue reading