an open source architectural beadwork project from Kate McKinnon and a worldwide team of innovators
As we cope with the uncertain situations in our world right now, our team is grateful for what beads can offer us; meditative solace, community, and a connection to an ancient practice.
Thank you sincerely to all of you who have written in to tell us what CGB has meant to you over the past ten years, while we did discovery together, like a family. It means a lot to me to get those letters, especially now.
Kaleidocycle by Karen Westcott Lautenschlager
The books are progressing nicely to the end despite us having to do each part of the finish remotely (normally we would pile up in some kind of quorum for the final edits). Our best estimate from our press for release for Pattern Book/Volume III is still around the end of August.
As the world has come to a halt this Spring, we find happiness in the idea that over the summer, as we release and demonstrate all of our new technical information) we will be able to collect more and more photos from around the world to fold into the printed pages this August. After all, it’s your work I love to feature.
I feel like an ancient wizard in a secret grotto, at a spinning wheel… and I cannot come up and out until all of the stories are spun. Soon.
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