P2P2

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For those of you joining in the challenge and visiting this blog for the first time: welcome! I’m a handweaver, a PhD student and a person who tends to take on too many things. I missed out on P2P last year, but this year I’ve decided to embrace my tendency to overcommit and just sign up anyway.

And now we’re off! Meg sent the details through this morning and there are nineteen weavers around the world participating in the challenge. I’m not sure whether I am allowed to tell you who is on the receiving end of my envelope of images — perhaps I should leave that for the recipient to announce — but I will tell you that said envelope is heading to Australia.

I’m sorry about the coffee stain on Siberia, by the way. At least, I think it is Siberia – hard to tell on this rug…

P2P2” was posted by Cally on 17 May 2011 at http://callybooker.co.uk

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6 Responses

  1. Meg in Nelson
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    Oh, a bigger picture of the rug! Lovely. My sister would love to have something like this. She loves anything glob-y, and I anything map-y! And this is such a great combination.

    • Cally
      | Reply

      And speaking of cheap textiles… the rug came from Ikea. However, we have had it for over 15 years so it’s certainly not a throwaway. We treasure our coffee stains!

      • Meg in Nelson
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        I spotted that, too! 🙂 By the way, I’m sure it’s perfectly OK to disclose who you’re working with.

  2. Evelyn
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    P2P2 sounds like a great lot of fun – but for me with trying to sell house and move overcommitment would be an understatement! Looking forward to reading all about the challenges from round the world.

  3. Judy
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    Hi Cally
    Thank you!!
    I don’t know the protocol of these things, but am very happy to out myself! Very excited wondering what you’ve picked out – I’ll be watching the mailbox 🙂
    Cheers
    Judy

    • Cally
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      I hope you’ll find at least one thing you like in my wee selection. You’ll soon discover that I have a tendency to save old calendars!

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