Teresa Tipton wrote: > I have done papermaking and papercasting for about 15 years>I don't have access to the cotton > linters so I use 100% recycled paper. In Africa, I use heavy duty> mosquito netting. > Vaseline is very expensive where I live so we use car > grease. Casting onto a sheet of plexiglas creates the ideal finished surface > and is the easiest to remove. But again, where I am living now, we don't > have access to it. In Africa, we don't have handiwipes, but the "J" cloth is a good > substitute. > Teresa Tipton
Okay Teresa- sounds as though you could use a care package. What
types of things can you
not find there that you really miss and would love to get a hold of.
I think between all of us we could all send a few things to help out
that really wouldn't put a dent in our supplies.
I'm sure your students would enjoy receiving packages from all over
America and the world.
Even if it's just another students work or a small pen or a pen pal.
Sandra Barrick http://home.fuse.net/astroboy/Sandra.html