A Pop-Up Valentine for You

The Sunday Paper #298

February 9, 2020

Paper of the Week: Weave Through Winter

Top left moving clockwise: Andrea Martin, Ann Kebbell, Suzanne Berland, Cynthia Reid, Susan Ruptash.

We are finishing up our 30 Days of Weave Through Winter on Valentine’s Day, and it has been such a treat to see the variety of weavings that have been created over the past few

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Off the Grid Paper

The Sunday Paper #292

December 29, 2019

Paper of the Week: Grid Paper

I have been playing around with my new Cricut Maker (a desktop machine that will cut watermarking material, among other things) and this is the first design I cut and made paper with. If you know anything about watermarks, the imagery cannot be too wide or the pulp slips off of

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It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Solstice

The Sunday Paper #290

December 15, 2019

Paper of the Week: Japanese Paper

I plan on posting more images of the papers I acquired in Japan, but here are the sheets made by makers I met. From left to right: two heavier weight sheets of Japanese kozo paper created in Yamaguchi Shohachi’s studio; two thin whispy sheets of mitsumata paper created by Chie Honma;

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Folding as Tech

The Sunday Paper #246

February 10, 2019

Paper of the Week: Risographed Prints by Kelli Anderson

Kelli Anderson, author This Book is a Planetarium, shares some of her genius with us again in a sheet of printed and scored paper. She’s created a folder of pre-scored auxetic folding patterns (yup, I had to look that up too: structures or materials that when stretched, become thicker

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Aimee Lee on Paper Talk

The Sunday Paper #244

January 27, 2019

Paper of the Week: Cavellini & Co. Wrap & Posters

I see paper everywhere. My local bookstore has a rack of papers that are meant to be gift wrap. This is high quality gift wrap printed on archival paper in Italy. I’m not sure I could use this to wrap a gift! Cavallini & Co. has hundreds of

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Kaleidoscope Leaves

The Sunday Paper #242

January 13, 2019

Paper of the Week: Kaleidoscope Leaves

I was in Denver last week and stopped by Mulberry Paper & More’s warehouse. This is a unique online retail store that sells full sheets of paper, but if you don’t want (or need) a full sheet, you can get them in smaller sizes: 6″ x 6″, 8-1/2″ x 11″ and 12″

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2018 Reflections + Looking Forward to 2019

The Sunday Paper #240

December 30, 2018

Papers of the Week: Crystal Metal & Electric Zigzag Lokta

I’m reviewing my 100 x 100 Days of Paper Weaving Project from 2013 (some of you followed my blog back then where I kept a pseudo diary about the project). I started The Sunday Paper shortly after that project. Those 100 weavings are the inspiration behind my upcoming

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Weave Through Winter

The Sunday Paper #237

December 9, 2018 (Happy Birthday to my dear hubby)!

Paper of the Week: Paper Weaving

I’m super excited to announce my new online class which will debut in the New Year. In the Weave Through Winter classroom, we’ll be creating a daily practice as we explore a variety of papers and weaving techniques. Commit to 30 minutes of creativity a

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