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This Is How I Go When I Go Like This (edition 2004)

by Linda Collier Ligon

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Title:This Is How I Go When I Go Like This
Authors:Linda Collier Ligon
Info:Interweave Press (2004), Paperback, 152 pages
Collections:Creativity, Art inspiration, Your library, Weaving, Fiber art, Spinning, Wishlist
Rating:*****
Tags:spinning, knitting, dog hair, recycle

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This Is How I Go When I Go Like This: Weaving and Spinning as Metaphor by Linda Collier Ligon

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This is a book you put by your bed and you read one of the (very short) chapters every night until you've read them all. Then you start over and read them again. A juicy little book. ( )
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I'm looking at two huipils, blouse-like articles of Guatemalan clothing, noticing differences in the weaving.
To write about weaving and spinning as metaphors for life should be easy, shouldn't it?
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