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Silk and wool tweed jacket, wool crepe mouchoir de poche and pure silk tweed tie. Silk, one of the oldest fibers known to man, originated in China. According to well-established legend, Empress Hsi Ling Shi, wife of Emperor Huang Ti (also called the Yellow Emperor), was the first person to discover silk as a wearable fiber, all be it by accident. It is said that one day while the empress was sipping tea under a mulberry tree, a cocoon fell into her cup and began to unravel. She became so…


As stars depart, NASCAR navigates a future of change

As NASCAR comes down from the high of a record-tying seventh championship from the sport’s greatest driver, it descends into a reality of declining interest. NASCAR made Nextel’s 2004 arrival in the sport official in July of 2003. While it became clear over the summer that NASCAR wasn’t going to be able to be as officially proactive as it was with Nextel, it’s a search that the sanctioning body hoped to have wrapped up by now.

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NECKTIE QUILT - by Bonnie Harmon - quilted by DLQ, via Flickr. Now I know what to do with that huge box of neck ties Mom was going to use for a quilt. This is neat!

from White Flower Farm

Camassia cusickii

Clematis "Tie Dye" Hardiness Zone: 4-9 S / 4-9 W Height: 8'+ Exposure: Full Sun Blooms In: June-July Discovered just outside Rochester, New York as a sport of Clematis jackmanii, this unique variety bears 4-6in, violet-blue flowers marbled with white. Like its parent, 'Tie Dye' is a vigorous vine that flowers heavily, producing a great show of blooms.