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Re: Egyptian knots -See Maggie's handout!


From: Judith Decker (jdecker4art_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Apr 05 2004 - 08:01:28 PDT

Oh unsubscribe email didn't work for a
reason....I have all of these "Fish" to feed, too
(grin -- fish is in a good way). I have a note on my
computer that says "FEED FISH" meaning my son's two
tropical catfish (I haven't forgotten them yet).

Maggie's Weaving Handout:

The Egyptian Knot is also called:
Soumak--another traditional carpet technique (same as
the way Betty described it.

This is linked on Middle School Lesson Plans (right
with Bunkis weavig lesson)....Folks I have a cool
elementary idea to share soon.

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Getty list...Well, my middle name means "Lake" - so I
found humor in that....and Getty became of Lake of
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me....especially when my favorite fish left the list.

--- Maggie White <> wrote:
> Sara wrote:

> Judy put my weaving handouts on IAD some time ago;
> check to see if they're still there.
They weren't meant for completely independent work, as
some require explanation and demo'ing. But you can
still figure out some of the techniques from the
> Maggie


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