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Well-knit codes

A colleague here sent around this cool article about WWI and WWII spies who used knitting to code observations for the Resistance. It seems unlikely to me that a lot of knitters went to the trouble to learn codes in … Continue reading

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Textiles Speak

Because textiles are such an integral part of culture, we give them meaning. One traditional, recurring ┬ásubject is solidarity with a political group. This week, the week of an new presidential administration, has stirred up a lot of feelings*. Some … Continue reading

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