Chiara Vigo: The last woman who makes sea silk - BBC News
Silk is usually made from the cocoons spun by silkworms - but there is another, much rarer, cloth known as sea silk, or byssus, which comes from a clam.

brb found a new obscure jewish traditional mediterranean artistic handicraft to become obsessed with…

“You have to be respectful to the place you live in. You are just passing by, these places are here to stay. And the sea has its own soul and you have to ask for permission to get a piece of it,” she says.
Her chant, which mixes ancient Sardinian dialect and Hebrew, echoes off the rocks.
“I pray for what has been and what will be,” she says.


Someone mentioned Italy accidentally hitting Germany with a pan and I immediately thought of this.


ask2pchina asked:

((Heyo! I love your blog omg it's my life, but what instrument do you think the 2p's would play? I play guitar so...why not;3))

((thank you so much darling ;; w ;; and hnnnn you play guitar–? *doki doki*))

If the 2Ps played instruments

2P!America: electric guitar

2P!China: drums

2P!England: flute

2P!France: piano

2P!Russia: pipe organ

2P!Italy: violin

2P!Germany: cymbals

2P!Japan: keyboards

2P!Canada: acoustic guitar

2P!Romano: saxophone

2P!Austria: bass guitar

2P!Prussia: harp