The blog will be here some day

posted in: Serendipity, Technology | 2

In between other responsibilities and tasks, I’m still working on the migration to WordPress. I’m expecting to take this site live next week. The blog will come along after I figure out how to copy over about six hundred image-filled posts in readable order. I have the tool. What I need is the time. . . .


2 Responses

  1. Naomi Royle

    Hi. I love your books! My favorite section of the wool process is washing. Fascinating to see the transformation. My question is on wool insulation for homes. I just listened to a podcast you did with Fruity Knitting, and in it you said that wool insulation had not been vetted through the building industry. I know that it is being used in Oregon, and they use terms like R19, etc. Does it need to go through more testing, and/or what can be done to speed up that process? There are wool Batts for insulation on Amazon. Thank you for all of your incredible work and knowledge.

    • Deb

      Being sufficiently precise in constrained situations like a podcast is always challenging. Wool for insulation has been approved in some locales, but it is not universally acceptable by local building codes–for example, where I live. Some friends tried to get it okayed for use in renovation of a historic building but were not successful. That was a while ago–and it’s still not possible for us, but maybe it’s getting closer.

      Thanks for your lovely words about my work!