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The Sunday Paper #165, July 9, 2017

Paper of the Week: Watermarked Cotton

This is the fifth in my series of Word Broadsides (individual copies + sets of all 5 will be available in my online paper sale later this month). I love how the image lies subtly within the sheet of paper and without backlighting, is only slightly visible. I often think

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Have you heard of quilling? I remember becoming obsessed with the craft in 7th grade, but my paper interests soon went in other directions. Ann Martin creates sophisticated quilled jewelry (among other things) and writes a spectacular paper blog called All Things Paper. Here’s a great article about her work.

 

Ann is currently showing work in the show Pulp Culture: Paper is the

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On the Bookshelf

I am in Portland for 12 days (the first five have flown by). Yesterday, the kids and I went to Powells Books and we each went our separate ways (they know where to find me… in the papercraft section). I was delighted to see all four of my books on the shelf grouped together. Nearby was Dard Hunter’s well known publication, Papermaking. And a

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