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Fearless Scissors

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For weavers who may well love scarves but would like to weave something else as well: do you dare to cut and sew your beautiful handwoven cloth?  This is a place where we can exchange tips, seek advice, share successes and weep together over less happy outcomes.

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I'm not sure if anyone can help...but I'm wondering if anyone has heard of the wearable art weaver Albertje Koopman. I haven't heard or thought of her in years , but for some reason I was remembering a wonderful mind expanding workshop I took with her in the 80's and started wondering where she is now. I did an Internet search but only came up with people who like me took workshops with her in the 1980's. Does anyone have any information about this wonderfully creative weaver?