Journal of the Plague Year

L0025222 Plague doctorCredit: Wellcome Library, London. Wellcome Images Plague doctor: ein Kleydung under den Todt. Aesculape Published: 1932
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Please, if you can, dear Reader, follow this link and share as widely as you can. Sort of explains why my input here has been sporadic in the past year:

Love to all my Readers – older and newer. I will be back with more historical textile content (or horrible history of a textile nature) very soon, now.

In the meantime, I have a couple pieces in the current issue of “The Knitter”, if you want to learn nalbinding or you feel like learning about the glorious Welsh Wig (originally often made in Yorkshire!) Subscribe here:

2 thoughts on “Journal of the Plague Year

  1. To say that I wish you the best sounds a bit inadequate even to me, but it is true, there is that —


  2. I’m not sure if this could be of relevance or interest to you – Covid and auto-immune impact:

    I’m really sorry that many people have to go through what you’ve done without much or any support.


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