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Again we made our way to YeşIlyurt for our final day of weaving. Lots to do. First, we finished weaving, so our projects could come off the looms. Then, we learned how to twist fringes by hand, make a knotted fringe, add tassels and finally make Leno. We didn't finish the Leno so now we all have homework! Though no one will be checking up on us.
After school was over for the day, a young boy, named Sinan, in Grade 7 came to take ...
... air on TV and will get a copy. And this was all before noon!
Today for lunch they were making börek, a delightful light pastry with filling. The filling today was greens, onions and feta cheese. They made them in the courtyard. Janet volunteered to help.
We spent the afternoon practicing on the fly shuttle and weaving samples. By 4:30 we were ready to quit and thought we would walk to the square to visit their shop and the market as ...
... without sizing. These are left to soak until the water is clear. Then wrung out and hung to dry.
Next we were making a warp. We only made a small warp - 60 metres long! Very interesting to learn, not easy to describe, so pictures. They usually make a 100 metre long warp.
Last, but not least, we had to thread the heddles. They do this by tying on to a thread that goes through both heddles and the reed. Tomorrow lots of exciting things to ...
... highway to Kuşadasi. We have fond memories of arriving by ferry from Samos 30 years ago. Back then, we splurged and stayed at the historical Caravan Sarai Hotel. We did expect changes but the endless expanse of condos and resorts, restaurants, tourist-shops and luxury name brand stores and galleries made for a Kuşadasi we didn't recognize. We were disappointed to find the Caravan Sarai closed. We wanted to see ...
... on the 20th. Traditional Turkish food and so much of it. But it had to feed an army; many of the rellies turn't up - uncles, cousins, grandparents etc. They lead a very extended family life here. Was a good night.
They own a marble factory. Did a "tour" of the factory. Interesting and good stuff. But too heavy to put in my backpack and bring a piece home for my kitchen bench.
And Jack was spotted in Turkey - by one of my friend Kadir's uncle.