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Weavin’ Wicker Woman Blog on Kindle

Weavin’ Wicker Woman Blog on Kindle

Weavin’ Wicker Woman Blog is once again available on Kindle! so when you are away from the Internet and/or your smart phone you can still read the posts and not miss a thing! Get your dose of this chair caning, wicker and basketry blog, Weavin’ Wicker Woman on Kindle today. Keep in touch so you never miss a lick! LIKE THIS POST? Subscribe to get […]

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Updates to WickerWoman.com

Updates to WickerWoman.com

There have been so many updates made to the website that I hardly know where to begin and have not been very good about telling ya’ll about them, sorry! I’ll start with the new blog header so you can catch up on all the great chair caning, wicker, and basket making posts that have been made this year and over the past seven years, too! […]

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Loss of a Loved One

Loss of a Loved One

As some of you know, my father, Jack Jungroth from Oklahoma City, OK passed away on Tuesday, June 7th around 10 p.m. He died peacefully sitting in front of his computer watching a slideshow of family pictures I had just downloaded to his computer, at the age of 81. Thankfully I was able to be there visiting with him from May 28th until June 7th. […]

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Weavin’ Wicker Woman Blog Changes

Weavin’ Wicker Woman Blog Changes

Well, we’ve almost finished moving my blog from Blogger.com to WickerWoman.com, but are still going to do a bit of tweaking. Haven’t really decided whether or not to keep the same name as the old blog of Weavin’ Wicker Woman or just call it “blog” or the way it is now, Wicker Weaving Blog. And undecided on what header graphic to use also. Should it […]

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Weavin' Wicker Woman Design Updated–

Over the weekend I decided to change the template of my blog, to tie in more with my domain website, WickerWoman.com Since I have used the same design template since I started this blog in 2004, I thought it was time to spice it up a bit, hope you like it. There are some features that did not do well during the transition, so will […]

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