Monthly Archives: June 2018

What Doesn’t Kill You – Makes for a Great Revenge Story

Constance/ June 19, 2018/ Writing/ 1 comments

You may have noticed a slowdown in Life on the Periphery posts. Partly because it’s summer, and partly because I’ve been writing. Not poetry this time, but a new fantasy novel. Newer than my other new one. I got an idea and it just grew and grew until I had to start writing it down. I’ve been working on it for a couple weeks, writing in great bursts. Much of the writing is getting to know my

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Fun with Drying Dishes (No, Really)

Constance/ June 3, 2018/ Weaving/ 1 comments

Finished 15 x 20 inch (38 x 51 cm) dish towels So. I finished my Space Shawl and a very lacy scarf, and was looking for something different to do. I found a dish towel pattern in one of my weaving books, and off I went. I’d never worked with cotton yarn before, so before I ordered a big shipment from my favorite weaving store, I bought some good old Peaches and Cream cotton yarn. You can

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