Re: [kumi2] Braid 49 photos
>In my opinion the best web site here in the States is Janis Saunders atThank you, None!
>Braidershand. They make magnificent equipment and also if you want to
>start small they sell the disk and plate which Makiko Tada developed.
>It is not an expensive item and very portable.
Hi Janis, I cannot open your web site in these days.
With Kumihimo plate, you will be able to make funny Kumihimo, for
example zigzag, waggly or winding braids.
Please, have a look the following page;
The page is my daughter's in Japanese.
Perhaps you will be able to find some photos from our Kumihimo
exhibition on 2005.2.11.
The last two are my recent works.
I am going to show how to make the braids at the 3 day workshop of ANWG.
If you will have some interests, please, join the workshop.
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- On Thu, 28 Apr 2005 LoopyLacer@... wrote:
>As was mentioned later, you don't have to have one to subscribe. All you
> Um...I really don't mean to be rude, but in order to be members of this
> list, we all have to have yahoo accounts. : - )
need to do is send an e-mail to the subscription address. I wouldn't even
have set up the page, but yahoo won't let you make the group photo page
viewable by non-yahoo account holders.
And in another related yahoo weirdness, I have several people who are
listed as 'bouncing' (e-mail bounces when sent to their address), who I
keep on the list anyway, so that they can access the account only
> I am a newbie to this list and to Kumihimo, but your site has been anActually most of the work shown is from people other than me. Heck, I've
been working on just one braid since last August.
> I guess I should introduce myself, as well. My name is Lily and I live in(snip)
> Southern California. I have been crocheting since the late 1960's, and did
> some macrame, embroidery, needlepoint, etc., in my teens. I learned to make
> Torchon bobbin lace and to tat in 1998 and published a book on advanced tatting
> techniques in 1998. Then on one of the tatting lists, someone mentioned
> knot tying and I have been getting into that, too. I am a member of several
> lacemaking guilds, as well as IGKT (International Guild of Knot Tyers).
> Recently, someone on the knot tying list _http://groups.yahoo.com/group/knottyers_
> (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/knottyers) mentioned Kumihimo and after taking
> a look, I am definitely interested!
Welcome to the list and I hope you enjoy the experience here.