Monthly Archives: April 2018

Prior Planning Prevents Messy Results

Constance/ April 19, 2018/ Weaving

I haven’t done any weaving in a while, in months, really. When I got out my loom there was an unfinished project on it. I settled in to polish it off, not remembering much about the yarn except it was yak, and very thin. Several warp string breaks later I swore to never try THAT again. I managed to finish the project with much grumbling and get it off the loom. As I got ready to warp

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Welcome to National Poetry Month

Constance/ April 3, 2018/ Gyroscope Review, National Poetry Month

It’s April, time for Poetry everywhere! To kick off your poetry month, we have a brand new issue of Gyroscope Review. This is our Third Anniversary, so naturally this is the Annoversary Issue – with a special theme of Threes. Our Spring 2018 issue is the largest single issue we’ve ever produced. We are pretty proud of this big fat issue. You can purchase a print copy HERE, a Kindle version HERE, or find a free PDF

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