The Sunday Paper Blog

June 3, 2023

Survivors Turned Clothing Left Behind into Paper

The Sunday Paper #463

June 4, 2023

Paper inspires me to no end, but every so often, I get truly blown away by the power of this amazing material. Drew Matott, founder of Peace Paper, visited the University of …

May 27, 2023

Principle of Equivalence

The Sunday Paper #462

May 28, 2023

I introduced a group to papermaking at our local bookstore this week. We used the simplest technique –shaking toilet paper in a jar and forming sheets using the tin can papermaking method. It …

May 20, 2023

Support Hand Papermaking

The Sunday Paper #461

May 21, 2023

I hosted a lovely group in my studio this past week for the first Papermaking Master Class of 2023.

Diane Gaston, Jordan Fitzgerald, Nancy Crombie and Virginia Green spent the week exploring the …

May 13, 2023

Miniature Worlds in Paper

The Sunday Paper #460

May 14, 2023

Happy Mother’s Day to all of you mothers out there. It is quite a job raising kids! Our littlest just graduated from the University of Portland. I made her this waterfall card, that …

May 4, 2023

Rag & Pulp

The Sunday Paper #459

May 7, 2023

It’s been lovely to be back in Portland, seeing old friends and familiar places. My message today is brief – our daughter’s graduation is today.

Here’s your Sunday Paper:  


Uppercase Magazine has …

April 27, 2023

The Fractured Giant

The Sunday Paper #458

April 30, 2023

My husband Ted, our son Will and I are heading to Portland, OR on Wednesday to celebrate our daughter’s graduation from the University of Portland. Congratulations to Lucah, who started an internship last …

April 21, 2023

Couching Materials

The Sunday Paper #457

April 23, 2023

I had the pleasure of interviewing Jane Ingram Allen on Paper Talk. Allen is a sculptor and installation artist who uses hand papermaking with natural materials and collaborative processes to create indoor …

April 15, 2023

4 Million Origami Hearts

The Sunday Paper #456

April 16, 2023

It’s been a whirlwind of a week in NYC – good food, great art, visual stimulation everywhere, lots of walking, and a nice break from my Colorado routine. A week was the perfect …

April 8, 2023

Abandoned Books

The Sunday Paper #455

April 9, 2023

I’m off to The Big Apple tomorrow for a vacation with a childhood girlfriend. I’m really looking forward to it! You’re welcome to follow my daily posts on Instagram.


Check out the …

April 1, 2023

Lighting the Way

The Sunday Paper #454

April 2, 2023

To those of you who love my translucent abaca, I have some available. Scroll down to the Shop section below. 

The Paper Year opens for registration four times a year, and this is …