Jurate

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  • in reply to: Thoughts on 2.9.2 – Making a Christmas Star #156388
    Jurate
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      Way cool. I sense another slippery rabbit hole edge here . Yikes!
      Thank you Joan for yourclear instruction. And Jane, this was fun , as always. Thank you
      Jurate

      Jurate
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        Where do I go to find the first episode of season two? I only see the season one episodes listed. Thanks

        Jurate

         

        ETA: WHoops. Never mind. Now when I open the episodes list from the left side menu I can see it. I tried four times. SHeesh.

        • This reply was modified 6 years, 3 months ago by Jurate.
        in reply to: Laptop viewing #29772
        Jurate
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          thank you Lori and Inga for your suggestions. It turns out it was the browser. On the laptop I mostly use Chrome. And these guild classes would not play with Chrome. But I am able to see it with Edge. So thank you for pointing me in the right direction Inga!

          Sending you a big hug and bouquet of flowers. 😉

          Jurate

           

          in reply to: Look where we all live & Introductions #29761
          Jurate
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            Hey Hello Friends; My name is Jurate and I live on a remote lake in the boreal forest of Northwestern Ontario, Canada. I retired early from a happy career as an exploration geologist and live the snowbird lifestyle. Winters are spent in the Hill Country of Texas. I have been knitting for a long time and only in retirement have started to pursue spinning, weaving and fibre prep seriously.

            Between my two studios I own three large floor looms: Harrisville Rug Loom ( v. countermarche with shaft switching) ; Leclerc Nilus II ( jack)  and Leclerc Colonial ( set up for counterbalance). I enjoy learning the differences between the three types of looms. I also have inkle and belt looms, rigid heddle looms and a pile of frame looms suitable for bead weaving.

            I run a guild in Texas where I teach knitting and spinning every two weeks. It is a labour of love and it helps me to learn as well. I am going to introduce weaving soon, but since we do not have a dedicated room, I cannot really get into anything requiring storage.

            I am looking forward to making friends and learning along the way. Cheers

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