The Sunday Paper Blog

June 11, 2021

Paper Poppies

The Sunday Paper #367

June 13, 2021

I had a lovely podcast interview with Jackie Radford, a papermaker and bookbinder working in her studio near Charlotte, NC. Radford’s work is heavily influenced by the texture and sensory nature of …

June 5, 2021

Rock Paper

The Sunday Paper #366

June 6, 2021

It takes me a long time to use up a batch of abaca pulp. I find that two pounds of dry fiber goes a long way! I beat my last batch for a …

May 31, 2021

This Week’s Sunday Paper (on Tuesday)

The Sunday Paper #365

May 30, 2021

Hello! Did ya miss me? I had every intention of sending The Sunday Paper out on Sunday, but I took my laptop with me on a weekend jaunt to Grand Junction and when …

May 22, 2021

What’s on Cranberry Island?

The Sunday Paper #364

May 23, 2021

I had a lovely interview with Matthew Reinhart on Paper Talk. Matthew is a world-renowned children’s book author, illustrator and paper engineer, known best for cutting and folding paper into gravity-defying pops …

May 15, 2021


The Sunday Paper #363

May 16, 2021

It has been awhile since I’ve had anyone in the studio, and it was so fun to offer a private lesson on Friday. Judi and Anita were interested in sculptural papermaking with abaca, …

May 7, 2021

The Burden of Invisibility

The Sunday Paper #362

Happy Mother’s Day to all of the mamas out there – you’re the best :)!

Here’s a tribute to my mom, whom I’ll see today (I’ll have to take a new photo – this one is …

April 30, 2021

An Inner Astronomy

The Sunday Paper #361

I had a lovely interview with Mindell Dubansky on Paper Talk. Mindy is head of the Sherman Fairchild Center for Book Conservation, Watson Library, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, where she is Preservation Librarian and …

April 24, 2021

Paper Theater

The Sunday Paper #360

April 25, 2021

Do black walnuts grow in your area? I’ve been intrigued by their dyeing potential since I first saw Cave Paper’s O’Malley Crackle many moons ago. I finally got my hands on some black …

April 17, 2021

Go Fold Me

The Sunday Paper #359

April 18, 2021

I have spent a good part of this week reviewing the galleys for my upcoming book, The Art of Papercraft. I felt old asking for a hard copy, since everything is done digitally …

April 9, 2021

Paper Clay

The Sunday Paper #358

April 11, 2021

As many of you know, I am obsessed with with paper + light. The second iteration of my online class by the same name will begin in late June (yes, this means if …