Blogs/Sites I follow

http://aliceateljenochjag.blogspot.com/ A young weaver in a Swedish weaving studio (this is originally in Swedish but the link is for the English translation). Unfortunately, she has stopped blogging for the time being, but her past posts are still of interest.

http://ctw-tapestry.com/ Very useful on the “how-to” of tapestry weaving and a look at one weaver’s contemporary work

http://designtraveler.wordpress.com/   Design blog mostly on women graphic designers but with excursions into other areas

http://www.dmk.dk/blog/ (also translate-able) Commercial, but good on Danishfurniture history

https://downeastdilettante.wordpress.com/ Architectural and social history from Maine, USA; alas apparently also now suspended– but older posts are fun.

http://www.elizabethbrandt.com/ Lovely abstract fabric collages: quilts to the nth degree

http://www.haussmithblog.com/ ok—these are just goodlooking modern interiors

http://www.hermanmiller.com/why.html Extra stuff from the mid-century source

http://www.hiddenarchitecture.net

https://historicaltextiles.org/ (includes english translations) A bunch of Swedish textile
enthusiasts who figure out how historical textiles were actually (probably) made

http://www.johngrade.com/#/ Kind of amazing large-scale “weaving”

http://www.kathykavan.com/ All kinds of graphics by a close observer

http://mmfvintage.com/ Sweden’s foremost weaving studio

https://misfitsarchitecture.com/ Architectural criticism that is seriously critical but also
enthusiastic about various mid-century architecture

https://printpattern.blogspot.com/ Patterns from Britain.

www.ravjagarn.se/ Architectural meanderings of an observant Swede: looking at older buildings and the occasional old newspaper/magazine article about a building

https://textilepractice.wordpress.com/  Woman in Skåne, southern Sweden,
involved with weaving, knitting, spinning and other textile interests.

https://textilis.net/ A wonderful and very serious look at corners of (mostly)Scandinavian and British textile history.

https://weavingtheseisles.wordpress.com/ A weaver travels the British Isles gathering inspiration

http://www.utzonphotos.com/ A comprehensive look at Jorn Utzon’s architecture and ideas