By Angela Pingel
You'll observe an advent to curved piecing through one uncomplicated block--Drunkard's direction. writer Angela Pingel demonstrates how this unmarried block might be prepare in a variety of styles that glance completely diversified in each mixture. Drunkard's direction can create a sinuous miraculous line like its namesake or curved motifs that shape teardrops, arabesques, vegetation, and different discrete shapes.
Dive deep into the fundamentals of curved piecing after which discover numerous initiatives together with considerable quilts, child quilts, pillows, and a desk runner. locate inspiring new how one can use that outdated favourite, Drunkard's direction block, to create quilts that glance new and diverse. A Quilter's Mixology is the precise "next-step" publication geared in the direction of intermediate quilters or quilters trying to find the subsequent problem.
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More precisely, we can infer from the study of the ceramics that were in the foundation layer of the western furnace of sector 1, we have elements dating to the 2nd century AD, and this is also true of the occupation layers connected to glass activities and to the reoccupation of this furnace. This date, the early Roman period, is also attested at Bir Hooker and at Zakik, from what we can tell from the surveys and excavations. We have very few testimonia on the occupation of this region (Sketis or Skitis) in the GraecoRoman period.
12: View from the south-west of sector 2: in the foreground, the support wall holding back the fills at the south of the tank, the clean zone paved with square bricks, and to the left of it the platform; in the background the tank. MAWN, A. Louis, 2008. Building materials The various dumps of bricks, including the collapse of the vault of the western furnace of sector 1, as well as the study of the existing walls and pavements have shown that three main types of bricks were used in the building of the furnaces and that very frequently the glassworkers reused bricks derived from earlier furnaces.
Shaalan. Fig. 4: View of the excavations from the west, in the foreground sector 2, in the background sector 1, both located at the top of the hill. -D. Nenna, 2006. 6 Marie-Dominique Nenna Fig. 5: View from the north of the whole of sector 2 with the last glass furnace, in the foreground the firing-chamber, in the background the tank of which the west wall was dismantled and the remains of the approaching platforms. MAWN, E. Thivet, 2007. chamber and the raising or the moving of the “clean” zone (see below).