To care about weaving, to make weavings, is to be in touch with a long human tradition.

Phylis Morrison
Our lives were a complex tapestry, and our woven strands were only meant to intersect at a small number of points in the time-conceived whole. An embroidered starburst, a missed warp, a complicated notion on the loom of time. We were always together, but meant to live our majorities apart, two golden threads wandering through a haunted textile life.
Courtney M. Privett
All writers are magpies, right? We’re always stealing bits from different places and then weaving them into our little nest.
Stacey D’Erasmo