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It’s time again for Fiber Expo! and a note to weavers!

In the mood to fondle some yarn and bond with it? Well, duh. Of course you are. If you’re anywhere near Ann Arbor this weekend, you can come to our┬ábig booth o’ happiness at Fiber Expo and do just that! You’ll find some brand new colorways that I haven’t had a chance to add online …

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Adventures in Fibonacci Weaving

This is about the interconnectedness of all things. In 1202, Leonardo Pisano Fibonacci, an Italian mathematician, wrote a book called Liber abaci (“Book of the abacus”). In this book he posited a problem: A certain man put a pair of rabbits in a place surrounded on all sides by a wall. How many pairs of …

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