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  • Ashford Vari Dent Reed

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    Create interesting effects by using different weight yarns in different reed sections. Features Selection of reed sections (see below) Wide eye for novelty yarns Strong, durable nylon with silver beech rails Available for all rigid heddle, knitters and sampleit looms Sections included in each kit: *Loom not included.

  • Ashford Tapestry Bobbin 2 Pack


    Tapestry bobbins for use on all your tapestry loom, rigid heddle looms and weaving frames. Smooth lathed solid wood.

  • Welcome to Weaving 2: Techniques and Projects to Take You Further


    Modern makers who have learned the basics of weaving can rejoice with this next-steps guide from Lindsey Campbell, the weaver behind the popular blog and brand Hello Hydrangea. Her trademark style, which powers the popularity of her first book, Welcome to Weaving, helps you take your creativity and your enthusiasm to the next level of style. Learn ways to expand…

  • Ashford Warping Frame Small


    To create a warp of correct size and tension a warping frame is essential. This strong frame has pegs set firmly at regular intervals. The perfect accessory for the Katie loom. The new small warping frame holds 4.5m (14½ft) warps. Smooth lacquer finish with pegs glued in place ready to bolt together. Ideal for preparing warps for the Katie loom. Features…

  • Pick Up Stick For Knitters Loom


    Add texture and visual appeal to weaving. Pick up threads behind your heddle with the pickup sticks to create different sheds. For the knitters loom

  • Spinning and Weaving by Lynn Huggins


    This book offers a whistle-stop guide to the history of spinning and weaving. The story begins in prehistory when people first wove yarns to create clothing and blankets. The book explores the ways in which spinning and weaving has continued to be important throughout human history (or should that be herstory), in artistic, economic and functional terms. The second part…

  • Rigid Heddle Loom Stand Variable


    Pre-Order now for October delivery. A sturdy stand with side supports, a comfortable foot rest and adjustable weaving angle. Adjustable width to fit 40cm, 60cm and 80cm (16”, 24” and 32”) standard rigid heddle looms. Note – this is not compatible with the 120cm (48”) rigid heddle loom.  

  • Inventive Weaving On A Little Loom


    Discover the Full Potential of the Rigid-Heddle Loom, for Beginners and Beyond Rigid-heddle weaving is simple to learn, is easy to master, and offers a lifetime of possibilities to discover! Inventive Weaving on a Little Loom covers everything rigid-heddle weavers need to know about the craft, from the basics — how to select a loom, set it up, and get started —…

  • The Weaving Explorer


    Ingenious Techniques, Accessible Tools & Creative Projects with Yarn, Paper, Wire & More Weaving is a highly accessible craft — over, under is the basic technique — but the stumbling block for many would-be weavers has been the high cost of a commercial loom. The Weaving Explorer removes that barrier, inviting crafters and artists to try out an amazing range…

  • Ashford Wavy Stick Shuttle


    Create interesting and decorative patterns by beating the weft into place with our wavy shuttles. You can use these shuttles with any Ashford looms. The shuttles have different size waves on each side and have a smooth lacquer finish. These shuttles are available in 3 lengths. finish lacquered length small – 40cm (16″) medium – 50cm (20″) large – 70cm (28″)

  • Double Ended Reed and Heddle Hook


    Threading hooks make threading your rigid heddle or table loom easy and convenient. Made from strong but flexible acetal nylon.

  • Cardboard Warping Sticks


    Thin, flat cardboard warping sticks in eight sizes, sold as a set of 20. available sizes – 27.8cm for the sampleit loom 25cm – 37cm for the knitters loom 30cm – 44cm for the rigid heddle loom 40cm – 41cm for the sampleit loom 40cm – 57cm for the knitters loom 50cm – 64cm for the rigid heddle loom 60cm…

  • Ashford Rigid Heddle Loom Pick Up Stick


    Pick up Stick for Rigid Heddle Looms Add texture and visual appeal to weaving. Pick up threads behind your heddle with the pickup sticks to create different sheds. Solid natural Silver Beech timber. Available in 8 sizes 277, 367, 415, 440, 567, 640, 767 and 840mm Pickup stick width 35mm  

  • Ashford Rigid Heddle Loom Freedom Roller


    Quick and simple to attach, this additional front roller gives you the freedom to weave longer lengths of fabric and the freedom to weave with thick weft yarns, all the while keeping the optimum sheds. Now you can weave double width projects with ease, weave rag or rya knot rugs longer and thicker, weave with super yarns, and weave multiple…

  • Modern Weaving


    Laura Strutt has designed 25 contemporary weavings in a range of stylish colourways, from bright neons to pastels, Navajo-inspired earth tones, monochrome and neutrals, as well as suggesting alternate colours so you can match your makes to your home and your accessories to your mood. With a comprehensive techniques section that covers everything from how to make your own loom,…

  • Ashford Book Of Weaving Patterns From 4 To 8 Shafts


    Elsa Krogh, Danish weaver, spinner and author, has brought together her favourite weaving patterns using four, six and eight shafts. Elsa has woven beautiful and exciting shawls, scarves, cushions, towels, table runners, placemats and fabric material, She uses a variety of techniques from twill to summer and winter and modern backed weaves and there are projects for all levels of…

  • Clover Mini Weaving Loom Single

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    Easily create woven motifs. Many varieties of motifs result from different warp settings and yarn selections! Mini Weaving Loom (Single) Finished size: Approx. 12 cm sq.

  • Knitters Loom Reed


    Reeds in a selection of dpi to allow all types of yarn to be woven. Wide eye for novelty yarns Available in 6 different dpi’s 3 widths Made from strong, durable nylon with silver beech rails

  • Rigid Heddle Loom Reed


    Reeds are available for differing yarns. The 2.5, 5, 7.5, 10dpi  reeds feature the wide eye for novelty yarns. The fine 12.5dpi and the NEW extra fine 15dpi reeds are also available. Made from strong, durable nylon with Silver Beech rails in a natural timber finish. The smaller the number the thicker the yarn, for example: 2.5dpi for 14 ply…

  • Ashford Finishing Wax Polish


    preserve, protect and enhance wheels, looms and all your craft accessories with this quick and easy to apply environmentally-friendly, low gloss finishing wax polish. Made from beeswax and tree oils, it is ideal for new natural timber or rejuvenating and restoring loved and lacquered products. Apply with a soft rag, steel wool or Scotchbrite, then buff to a deep rich…

  • DIY Woven Art Book


    An alt twist on traditional wall hangings! Get crafty with DIY Woven Art! These 14 fabulous fiber art projects–from colorful pillows and rugs to dramatic wall hangings–will add a pop to any room in your house. No loom? No worries. Rachel Denbow shows you how to fabricate 3 simple, portable looms. DIY Woven Art also includes tips on customizing your…

  • Ashford 16 Shaft Table Loom 61cm


    Portable multishaft weaving Popular because it is easy to use and so versatile, the Ashford 16 shaft table loom is in demand with both beginner and experienced weavers. Convenient 61cm (24ins) weaving width. The overhead beater for best weaving shed, with automatic bounce back, gives a wonderful shed and even beating. Levers are within easy reach for comfortable weaving. Each…

  • Ashford Table Loom Stand


    Pre-Order now for December delivery. Strong frame made from solid Silver Beech hardwood with 2 handy shelves and lacquered to match your loom. The loom fits onto the stand with no screws required. Stand folds flat for easy transport and storage. Height from floor to base of table loom is 62.5cm specifications: assembly required compatibility: table loom 40cm (16″) table…

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China, France denounce U.S. nuclear sub pact with Britain, Australia

  • U.S. and allies look for ways to push back against China
  • Security alliance ‘severely’ damages regional peace, China says
  • France accuses Biden of acting like Trump with ‘brutal’ decision

WASHINGTON/CANBERRA, Sept 16 (Reuters) – China on Thursday denounced a new Indo-Pacific security alliance between the United States, Britain and Australia, saying such partnerships should not target third countries and warning of an intensified arms race in the region.

Under the arrangement, dubbed AUKUS, the United States and Britain will provide Australia with the technology and capability to deploy nuclear-powered submarines.

France, which loses its own submarine deal with Australia, called the plans brutal and unpredictable.

The United States and its allies are looking for ways to push back against China’s growing power and influence, particularly its military buildup, pressure on Taiwan and deployments in the contested South China Sea.

U.S. President Joe Biden, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison did not mention China by name in the joint announcement and senior Biden administration officials, who briefed reporters ahead of time, said the partnership was not aimed at countering Beijing.

But Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said the three countries were “severely damaging regional peace and stability, intensifying an arms race, and damaging international nuclear non-proliferation efforts”.

“China always believes that any regional mechanism should conform to the trend of peace and development of the times and help enhance mutual trust and cooperation… It should not target any third party or undermine its interests,” he told a regular briefing in Beijing.

Johnson said the pact was not meant to be adversarial and said it would reduce the costs of Britain’s next generation of nuclear submarines.

“Now that we have created AUKUS we expect to accelerate the development of other advanced defence systems including in cyber, artificial intelligence, quantum computing and undersea capabilities,” Johnson told parliament.

The partnership ends Australia’s 2016 deal with French shipbuilder Naval Group to build it a new submarine fleet worth $40 billion to replace its more than two-decades-old Collins submarines, a spokesperson for Morrison told Reuters.

France accused Biden of stabbing it in the back and acting like his predecessor Donald Trump.

“This brutal, unilateral and unpredictable decision reminds me a lot of what Mr Trump used to do,” Le Drian told franceinfo radio. “I am angry and bitter. This isn’t done between allies.”

The three leaders stressed Australia would not be fielding nuclear weapons but using nuclear propulsion systems for the vessels to guard against threats.

“We all recognise the imperative of ensuring peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific over the long term,” Biden said.

U.S. President Joe Biden delivers remarks on a National Security Initiative virtually with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, inside the East Room at the White House in Washington, U.S., September 15, 2021. REUTERS/Tom Brenner

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“We need to be able to address both the current strategic environment in the region, and how it may evolve because the future of each of our nations and indeed the world depends on a free and open Indo-Pacific enduring and flourishing in the decades ahead,” he said.

Morrison said Australia would meet all its nuclear non-proliferation obligations.


One U.S. official said the partnership was the result of months of engagements by military and political leaders during which Britain – which recently sent an aircraft carrier to Asia – had indicated it wanted to do more in the region.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern welcomed the focus on the Indo-Pacific but said Australia’s nuclear-powered submarines would not be allowed in its territorial waters.

Singapore said it had long had relations with Australia, Britain and the United States and hoped their grouping would contribute to peace and stability.

Japan said the three countries’ strengthening of security and defence cooperation was important for peace and security.

A U.S. official briefing before the announcement said Biden had not mentioned the plans “in any specific terms” to Chinese leader Xi Jinping in a call last Thursday, but did “underscore our determination to play a strong role in the Indo-Pacific”.

U.S. officials said nuclear propulsion would allow the Australian navy to operate more quietly, for longer periods, and provide deterrence across the Indo-Pacific.

EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said the new partnership, on which the EU was not consulted, showed the need for a more assertive European foreign policy.

“We must survive on our own, as others do,” Borrell said as he presented a new EU strategy for the Indo-Pacific region. “I understand the extent to which the French government must be disappointed.”

Biden said the three governments would launch an 18-month consultation period “to determine every element of this programme, from workforce, to training requirements, to production timelines” and to ensure full compliance with non-proliferation commitments.

Among the U.S. firms that could benefit are General Dynamics Corp (GD.N) and Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc (HII.N).

General Dynamics’ Electric Boat business does much of the design work for U.S. submarines, but critical subsystems such as electronics and nuclear power plants are made by BWX Technologies Inc (BWXT.N)

U.S. officials did not give a time frame for when Australia would deploy a nuclear-powered submarine, or how many would be built.

A U.S. official said Washington had shared nuclear propulsion technology only once before – with Britain in 1958.

“This is frankly an exception to our policy in many respects… We view this as a one-off.”

Reporting by Steve Holland, Nandita Bose, David Brunnstrom, Mike Stone, Trevor Hunnicutt in Washington and Colin Packham in Canberra; Additional reporting by John Irish and Matthieu Protard in Paris and Gabriel Crossley and Judy Hua in Beijing; Editing by Alistair Bell, Richard Pullin, Jon Boyle and Nick Macfie

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Kerr can’t carry Australia past Sweden as Olympic showdown vs. USWNT looms

The quarterfinals lineup of the Olympic women’s football tournament is starting to take shape as Sweden secured their place in the knockout phase at the Tokyo Games after fighting back against Australia to win 4-2.

A topsy-turvy game in Saitama produced six goals and set up a big match on Tuesday between the Matildas and the United States. Here are three things we learned from Saturday’s action.

Timing is everything

In the five friendly games the Matildas played in the lead-up to Tokyo, coach Tony Gustavsson often talked about “peaking.” Australia’s big losses in those tournaments — 10 goals in the first two matches — came against teams who were at a different stage of their own cycle. But we saw, as that series unfolded, that the Matildas were gradually rising; their performances improved, as did the score lines. The big question coming into the Olympics was how much further that peak could reach.

Australia’s Group G draw has, in that sense, done them a world of good. The opening game against New Zealand — arguably the weakest opposition of the lot — was the perfect launch pad: a game to stretch the legs, put into practice all the snippets and experiments Gustavsson had been doing over the past three months.

That peak, it seems, stretches further still. The Matildas’ first-half performance against Sweden was arguably their best yet against a top-10-ranked opponent. Both sides were evenly matched in terms of possession and major opportunities created in each other’s final third, and the teams entered half-time at 1-1, proof positive of the overall balance of play.

The trajectory, based on the Matildas’ past two games, looks encouraging moving into the final group game against the U.S. — the team that, more than any other, Australia needs to grow into over the course of their larger peak-and-trough tournament cycle. Compare this to Sweden, who — in the first half, at least — looked like they might have peaked a little too soon, going all out against the U.S. in their first group game. They didn’t come out in the first half against the Matildas with that same energy or fight that saw them dominate the reigning world champions. But it is arguably the sign of a championship side that, despite not being at their peak, they were still able to get a result against a good side that forced them to work for it.

This was, then, a look at two different teams in two different stages of their own tournament cycles. One, Australia, seems to be growing into the group, but are yet to put together a complete 90-minute performance. The other, Sweden, is showing their gold-medal credentials through the holistic nature of their entire squad and the ways in which they can retake control of games after feeling it start to slip away. How each of them manoeuvres through their respective peaks into the final group game will, you’d think, define the rest of their tournaments.

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Rotation, rotation, rotation

When the International Olympic Committee announced that the football tournaments would be expanding their rosters from 18 to 22 players to cater for the physical and mental toll in this high-turnover tournament setting after 18 months of little international football, you could almost hear the sigh of relief sweep across the world. Having four extra players available for selection means players can load-manage more effectively and prevent stress injuries/burn-out. It also means rotation becomes a key strategy in the way teams navigate the tournament.

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Australia’s only change from their win over New Zealand was in goal: Teagan Micah made her official “A” international debut after being chosen ahead of regular starting keeper, Lydia Williams. Micah’s performance against Sweden in their recent friendly against Australia last month was enough to warrant an opportunity against the same side. Except, it wasn’t the same side. Six players who took the field against Australia in June were not used in the game on Saturday at Saitama Stadium. Unfortunately for the Matildas, the six who came in happen to be some of the best on their squad, including goalkeeper Hedvig Lindahl, who made a number of crucial saves (including stopping Sam Kerr’s penalty) to ensure Sweden skated through to the quarterfinals, as well as Sofia Jakobsson, who got the better of Aivi Luik on the right wing to assist two of Sweden’s four goals.

Sweden’s bench depth will be the deciding factor in how far they go, and based on how they’ve rotated their standout strikers Stina Blackstenius and Linda Hurtig — both of whom scored against the U.S. and Australia (the former after coming off the bench) — alongside the lethal influence of wingers Jakobsson and Fridolina Rolfo, who scored Sweden’s two other goals against the Matildas, that could be all the way to a gold medal.

Australia, though, don’t have the same luxury — particularly not when it comes to a like-for-like replacement for Sam Kerr, who scored both goals. It’s flattering, on the one hand, to be irreplaceable; but it’s also a burden trying to navigate tournaments as intense and fast-paced as this one while being somebody everybody else relies upon so heavily.

Thoughts, then, move to Tuesday night: the potential make-or-break game against the U.S. Australia’s goal difference sits at -1; not an especially comforting stat if you’re hoping to be one of the better third-placed teams to make it to the quarterfinal. Does Gustavsson risk fielding the same fatiguing starting XI that showed promise against Sweden and got results against New Zealand? Or does it rotate with fresher players who have not been given much of a look so far this tournament?

Sam Kerr scored two goals for Australia but she was denied a hat trick from the penalty spot. Tim Clayton/Corbis via Getty Images

A night for the underdog stars

Australia wasn’t the only nation to perform surprisingly well on matchday two against opponents many expected to wipe past them; there seems to have been a whole vibe emanating across the entire women’s football tournament. Not long before Australia’s game with Sweden kicked off, Chile took on dark horses Canada in Group E while Zambia — in their first ever Olympic appearance — took on China in Group F. As the Australia game unfolded, the results of both games continued to ping across my timeline.

The first game, Canada against Chile, didn’t seem like it would be much on paper, but the South Americans threatened to make things interesting. While a Janine Beckie brace on either side of half-time gave Canada the ultimate win, Chile’s Karen Araya kept them guessing just before the hour mark. Chile were also unlucky to not score another. Later in the evening, a Great Britain side positively heaving with stars could only scrape a 1-0 win against a determined Japan side, while European heavyweights Netherlands, at the time of writing, have just clawed their way back to 3-3 after Brazil took a 3-2 lead.

But it was the China vs. Zambia game that was truly one for the ages. The match ended 4-4, with both sides exchanging blows over the course of the 90 minutes. A second consecutive hat trick for Zambia’s Barbara Banda, who scored three against Netherlands on the first matchday and also plays her club football in China, was matched only by a double-brace to China’s MVP, Wang Shuang.

No player has ever scored more than two hat tricks in the history of the Olympic women’s football tournament, and now there are two who are potentially in the running. This is, arguably, one of the most important side effects of the Olympics for women footballers: players from clubs, leagues, and nations who don’t get the visibility or platform provided to their more privileged colleagues elsewhere in the world can totally make or break their careers based on how well they perform over these three weeks.

We are all here to witness which nations are at the summit of the women’s game, but there’s just as much value and interest in the storylines unfolding elsewhere in the global pyramid. The stars of some of the Games’ underdog teams is undeniably one.

Australia’s Central Bank Holds as East Coast Reopening Looms

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Australia’s central bank kept its monetary settings unchanged, betting there’s enough stimulus to foster an economic recovery ahead of a gradual reopening of Sydney and Melbourne as vaccination rates climb. 

Reserve Bank Governor Philip Lowe kept the cash rate at 0.1% — as expected — at Tuesday’s meeting. Lowe cut weekly bond purchases to A$4 billion ($2.9 billion) last month, while pushing out their next review to mid-February to help cushion the economic impact of lockdowns along the nation’s east coast. 

“This setback to the economic expansion in Australia is expected to be only temporary,” Lowe said in a statement. “As vaccination rates increase further and restrictions are eased, the economy is expected to bounce back.”

The Australian dollar edged down after the release, trading at 72.67 U.S. cents at 2:36 p.m. in Sydney.

Australia’s biggest cities have been under extended stay-at-home orders to try to contain the delta variant of coronavirus. Sydney will begin easing restrictions this month as the New South Wales state vaccination rate closes in on 70%; they will be eased further once it hits 80%. 

Financial regulators are grappling with how to contain surging credit and a red-hot property market without choking off the economy’s recovery. The RBA has said consistently it doesn’t expect to raise rates until 2024 at the earliest — leaving tighter lending rules as the only way to rein in the property market. 

“The Council of Financial Regulators has been discussing the medium-term risks to macroeconomic stability of rapid credit growth at a time of historically low interest rates,” Lowe said. “In this environment, it is important that lending standards are maintained and that loan serviceability buffers are appropriate.”

The RBA is due to release its semi-annual Financial Stability Review on Friday and lending and housing are likely to feature prominently.

The rapid house-price gains in Sydney and Melbourne come despite protracted lockdowns, and as growing household debt raises financial stability issues. The RBA has ruled out tightening policy to cool asset prices — unlike South Korea, and as New Zealand’s central bank appears set to do at tomorrow’s meeting — focusing instead on pushing the economy to full employment.

The central bank’s quantitative easing program is designed to help keep a lid on the currency to avoid it hurting jobs and growth. It has proven successful with the Aussie dollar down 5% in the past six months even as Australia posted a record trade surplus in August, fueled by surging commodities.

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Dollar drifts below one-year high as payrolls test looms large

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TOKYO – The U.S. dollar drifted below a one-year high versus major peers on Tuesday as traders waited on key U.S. payrolls data at the end of the week for clues on the timing of a tapering of Federal Reserve stimulus and the start of interest rate hikes.

The Australian dollar maintained a three-day gain, trading little changed at $0.72905 from the day earlier, when it touched a four-day high of $0.73045. The Reserve Bank of Australia meets on Tuesday, with economists polled by Reuters unanimously predicting no change to the policy rate.

The New Zealand dollar held close to the previous session’s four-day high of $0.6981, changing hands at $0.6960 after three days of gains. Markets are priced for a quarter point rate hike when the nation’s central bank decides policy on Wednesday.


The U.S. dollar index, which measures the currency against six rivals, was about flat at 93.845, easing back slightly since peaking Thursday at 94.504, its highest since late September 2020.

That followed a rally of as much as 2.8% since Sept. 3 as traders rushed to price in tapering as soon as next month and possible rate rises next year, while the currency also benefited from safe-haven demand amid worries spanning the risk of global stagflation to the U.S. debt ceiling standoff.

The U.S. dollar drifted below a one-year high versus major peers on Tuesday as traders waited on key U.S. payrolls data at the end of the week for clues on the timing of a tapering of Federal Reserve stimulus and the start of interest rate hikes. Pho

“There’s a lot of bad global news priced into the USD,” Mark McCormick, the global head of FX strategy at TD Securities, wrote in a report. “The key for markets in the weeks ahead is to sort out the extent of the risk premium already priced in versus how these factors play out.”

“While the near-term USD bias leans higher, we’re wary about chasing the move at these levels,” McCormick said.

Friday’s nonfarm payrolls data is expected to show continued improvement in the labour market, with a forecast for 488,000 jobs to have been added in September, according to a Reuters poll – enough to keep the Fed on course to begin tapering before year’s end.


Elsewhere, Canada’s dollar traded near an almost one-month high of C$1.2558 per greenback reached on Monday – edging about 0.1% lower to C$1.2599 – buoyed by crude oil’s rally to a three-year peak.

Sterling held near a four-day high of $1.3640, last changing hands at $1.36005.

Lockdown threat looms as Sydney COVID cluster grows

NSW health authorities are digging in their heels to resist a new Sydney lockdown despite the rate of new coronavirus cases showing no sign of abating.

“This is perhaps the scariest period that NSW is going through,” Premier Gladys Berejiklian said on Thursday as the current cluster grew by 11 new cases.

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian. (Getty)Light rail cleaners are seen wiping down a tram in the Sydney CBD. (Getty)

Ms Berejiklian said the restrictions already in place across Greater Sydney were sufficient but warned authorities were closely monitoring community compliance.

“I do want to stress that my level of concern is medium to high across New South Wales but at the same time, a couple of things that we are pleased about is that all the new cases but one are linked and that one is under investigation,” Ms Berejiklian said.

“We do expect more cases in the coming days but we also please expect everybody to do the right thing.”

Should Greater Sydney go into lockdown?

The Premier said the virus was “very contagious” and masks should be used as a last line of defence.

There are now 36 cases linked to the Bondi cluster and the majority have been in isolation.

Dr Kerry Chant defended the state not plunging into a snap lockdown, saying three-day lockdowns could be ineffective.

She said they were used as catch-up methods if contact tracers were falling behind.

“Three days is not long enough and if you have a look at the reasons for the three days, it is a pause where you are, you have a sudden surge of cases and you want everybody to stay in the same place, and that allows you to get any backlog of any contact tracing,” Dr Chant said.

“I am not dismissing any situation, but that is the purpose of that strategy, to get it to a pause. We are not that situation where we are not getting to people in terms of the contact tracing.”

Sydneysiders warned not to breach restrictions

NSW Deputy Police Commissioner Gary Worboys has warned that people doing the wrong thing during the school holidays would be caught.

Police have already issued 150 cautions for not wearing masks and highway patrol is on high alert for anyone defying orders and leaving Sydney.

“Highway patrol are well aware of the order and what it says to people and what it commands them to do, and police will be out there enforcing that part of the activity,” he said.

The investigation into the hire car driver thought to be patient zero was ongoing, Mr Worboys said.

“It’s not as simple as issuing a ticket to this gentleman, thinking that the whole system is repaired or one person is responsible for where we are at today.”

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian. (Nine)

Premier tests negative to COVID-19

Ms Berejiklian confirmed she had tested negative to COVID-19 after she was potentially exposed to NSW Agriculture Minister Adam Marshall, who had tested positive.

A number of government officials who attended the Nationals budget dinner at NSW Parliament had been told to isolate until July 6 and get tested.

The Premier reiterated she had “zero contact” with Mr Marshall and was deemed a casual contact.

“I was interviewed and had zero contact,” she said.

“I was there for a short time, addressed the crowd and it didn’t have contact with him whatsoever.

“NSW Health has made their assessments and deemed that I am a casual contact.”

Ms Berejiklian said she was tested very early this morning and isolated until returning a negative test.

Case breakdown from NSW Health

Of the 18 locally acquired cases notified to 8pm on Wednesday, 13 cases were already announced:

  • 8 of these cases are linked to a birthday party in West Hoxton, attended by a previously reported case linked to the Bondi cluster. About 30 people attended this party and they have all been tested and are in isolation.
  • A woman in her 20s from Wollongong who is a close contact of a previously reported case linked to the Bondi cluster.
  • A hairdresser from Western Sydney who worked in Double Bay. He is not linked to a known case or cluster. Urgent investigations are underway.
  • A woman in her 20s from Sydney’s eastern suburbs who is a close contact of a previously reported case.
  • A man in his 70s from Sydney’s eastern suburbs who is linked to the Bondi cluster.
  • A man in his 50s from Sydney’s eastern suburbs who is linked to the Bondi cluster.

Five further locally acquired cases were notified to 8pm on Wednesday:

  • Two women and a man from Sydney’s south west who are linked to the birthday party, attended by previously reported cases linked to the Bondi cluster.
  • A teenager from Sydney’s eastern suburbs who is linked to the Bondi cluster.
  • A woman in her 20s from Sydney’s eastern suburbs who is a close contact of a previously reported case.

Six locally acquired cases were notified overnight on Thursday. These cases will be included in Friday’s numbers:

  • A man in his 30s who attended the Christo’s Pizzeria in Paddington at the same time as a previously reported case linked to the Bondi cluster.
  • Three women who are close contacts of a previously reported case who works as a hairdresser at a Double Bay hair salon. All have been in isolation while infectious.
  • A man in his 40s who is linked to the West Hoxton birthday party, attended by previously reported cases linked to the Bondi cluster. A total of 11 people who attended the party have now tested positive for COVID-19.
  • A man in his 40s. He is not yet linked to a known case or cluster. Urgent investigations are underway.
Masks are mandatory in offices and indoor spaces after the Bondi Junction cluster ballooned. (Getty)

When a lockdown could be necessary

Professor Jane Halton, Chair of the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness, earlier told Today further restrictions could be brought in if mystery numbers rise.

“It will be the number of cases of unknown origin,” Professor Halton said.

“Most of the people who are being diagnosed in the last day or so actually were already in isolation or were known in terms of where they had contracted this illness.

“If they have an increase in the number of cases of unknown origin, and the premier has already signalled this, she will do whatever is necessary.

“She’s made a judgment that she doesn’t want to go instantly to lockdown, but she’s clearly got that on the list of options and there is no doubt in my mind, if this keeps going with unknown origin cases, she will probably have to use that option.”

A woman is seen cleaning the sanitiser station at a shop store in Bondi Junction in Sydney (Getty)

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has backed NSW’s new restrictions.

“I think the approach that she is taking the right one. They are sensible pre-restrictions that are being put in place and they are affecting people right across Sydney,” Mr Morrison said.

“Everybody knows to get out of this current situation we have to follow those rules and I have no doubt that the NSW Government will ease those restrictions the second they can.”

Rules that have only been seen in Melbourne have been now introduced in Sydney in a bid to thwart the spread of the Delta variant in the city.

Masks must be work in offices and other indoor workplaces for the first time in the city.

A Westfield sign at Bondi Junction (Getty)

People who live or work in the council areas of City of Sydney, Waverley, Randwick, Canada Bay, Inner West, Bayside and Woollahra are forbidden to leave Sydney for the next seven days unless it’s essential.

They can, however, leave to visit a relative in care or to go to work.

In Sydney, the Blue Mountains, Central Coast and Shellharbour, no more than five visitors, including children, will be allowed in a home.

The new restrictions were sparked after the outbreak spread from the city’s east to west, with a bus driver among new cases in that area.

“We are not putting any objections on you leaving the home for any purpose, but if you happen to live or work in those seven LGAs, we don’t want you moving outside of Sydney,” NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said.

Out of 30 people at a birthday party in Hoxton Park in the city’s west, 10 have tested positive, including a child aged two who then went to day care in nearby Narellen.

However, the party-goers who were vaccinated didn’t catch it.

Green dots are back on public transport, to show people where they can sit.

Events such as sport are allowed to be half full.

New capacity rules will affect hospitality.

The restrictions have ended school holiday plans for the city, with borders tightened, including by Queensland, which has banned the whole of Greater Sydney.

Western Australia and South Australia have locked out the whole state, with some people finding out on the flight they would not be holidaying but doing 14 days quarantine, though not at a hotel.

From Omsk to Cannes: a loom from Bolsherechye will be shown to Europeans | CULTURE: Theater | CULTURE

In many museums, looms are nothing more than an ordinary dusty exhibit that no one really knows how to handle. In the historical complex “Starina Sibirskaya”, which is located in Bolsherechye, kilometers of fabric are still weaved on a loom and, if desired, anyone will be taught this craft.

During the hour that we were in the “Starina Sibirskaya”, two excursion groups came to the looms to see.Photo by Alexander Osintsev

This August, a loom from Bolsherechye will be shown at the festival of Russian culture, which will be held from 23 to 27 August in Cannes. Moreover, they will not only show, but also provide the French with a unique opportunity to touch the ancient craft and try to weave something for themselves with their own hands. Correspondents of “AiF in Omsk” went to Bolsherechye, where craftswoman Irina Gutsko told us about what will soon surprise Europeans.

Irina Gutsko will teach the French weaving skills.Photo by Alexander Osintsev

Customers from Australia

Irina Vladimirovna sat down for the loom back in 1991. After she failed to enter the university, she came to a cultural and leisure center, where young people were taught weaving. And quite seriously – this is not a course for cutting and sewing. I didn’t have to rest at the machine – the strict teacher Alexandra Yakovlevna Shemetova did not like to repeat it twice.

– Shows once how the base is frayed and leaves (the base was then tucked into the machine.- approx.), – Irina Vladimirovna recalls. – And there is a base – 40 meters! And you need to scurry from one wall to another, the distance between them is five meters. The whole day is spent on warping. Once, somewhere in the middle of the process, I realized that I was mistaken, I had to dissolve the whole base. We then weaved things to sell to tourists. In the most literal sense, kilometers of paths, all kinds of rugs, towels, towels, sashes, tablecloths, rugs came out of the machines … The works were distributed all over the world. They were taken to Germany, Australia, Montenegro, England, America.Handicraft is highly valued abroad. Sometimes it seems to me that the whole world has visited Bolsherechye.

On the wall are types of woven rugs, sashes and towels. Photo by Alexander Osintsev

Irina Vladimirovna began to work at Starin Sibirskaya as the head of a weaving circle, now she is a methodologist. Here, in the historical complex, you can see the most real samples of woven things found in ethnographic expeditions in the districts of the Omsk region. Handbrakes, ornamented towels, belts are hung on the walls … Everything dates back to the late 19th and early 20th centuries.Such things were usually kept in the dowry, however, in our time, grandmother’s chests have long been thrown away or burned.

Now such a chest with a dowry can only be seen in a museum. Photo by Alexander Osintsev

Tricks with a dowry

The principle of the loom for a modern person who is used to buying clothes in a store is partly reminiscent of launching a rocket into space – it is also large-scale, complex and incomprehensible.

Moreover, the process of weaving itself in a series of preparatory work turns out to be the most elementary in comparison with everything else.Can you imagine that flax still needed to be grown, collected, processed, refueled on the loom …

The last one is a very painstaking task for which not everyone will have the patience. It is difficult to imagine that in Russia girls were imprisoned for a machine at about seven years old, as soon as little feet began to reach the pedals. By the time they came of age, the young ladies had to knit themselves a dowry, and practically on an industrial scale. Rodney usually had a lot of her husband, and everyone should have enough presents from the young wife.The ability to do needlework is a significant plus to the image of an enviable bride. The most offensive words at that time were “naughty” and “netkaha”.

It is very difficult to weave patterns on a rug, but it is possible. Photo by Alexander Osintsev

However, not all girls had golden hands, and everyone wanted to get married. The problem was solved by tricks. For example, for two or three villages, the mother of the future bride hired a weaver, who did the dowry. Of course, some time after the wedding, the deception was revealed, then the unlucky wife could even be beaten and sent back to her father’s house.However, they were rarely returned, since it was rather embarrassing to do so.

By the way, the loom in Russia has always been called the breadwinner, and if the house was on fire, it was the loom that was the first thing they tried to take out of the things.

The loom was taken out of the burning hut first. Photo by Alexander Osintsev

Horse in Cannes

Watching how Irina Vladimirovna deftly handles the shuttle, presses on the pedals and winds the knots, you involuntarily begin to think – how many meters of fabric can be weaved per day?

– Five meters of a simple track a day is quite enough, – explains the craftswoman.- It’s more difficult with a drawing. To get a canvas with an ornament, you need to lay the foundation in a special way. Therefore, five centimeters of fabric with a pattern can be woven all day long.

“AiF in Omsk” could not miss the chance to feel like Marya the master and tried the loom in action. Perseverance does not hurt here, because patience ends in about 15 minutes. However, under the careful guidance of Irina Vladimirovna, we still managed to participate in the creation of a woven track.Soon the French will have the same opportunity – this August at the festival of Russian culture in Cannes Irina Gutsko will hold a master class:

“AiF in Omsk” tested the machine in action. Photo by Alexander Osintsev

– What will I teach the public? At first I wanted to weave a towel, but then I decided that it would be a regular path from which the rugs would be made. It is somewhat simpler than a towel. Foreigners always listen very attentively and sit down at the machine with pleasure. They also have a huge interest in their national culture.Of course, looms were widespread all over the world, but learning the basics of weaving is a rare opportunity both in Russia and in Europe.

By the way, a large figure of a horse made of reeds will also be taken to France from Bolsherechye. He will be harnessed to a sleigh cart. We did not manage to “catch” the horse on the spot – it had already been sent to Europe. But we really liked the figures of a blacksmith and a wolf, also made of reeds.

A wolf braided from dry reeds. Photo by Alexander Osintsev

Toyota – the history of the company

Today it is difficult to find a person in the world who has not heard the name “Toyota”.And this is not surprising. More than a hundred years have passed since the head of the Toyoda family, Sakishi Toyoda, began developing his first weaving machine. This moment became a turning point for both the family and the whole of Japan.

Today Toyota is a world-renowned company

How the history of the brand began

Sakishi Toyoda was born on February 14, 1867 in Shizuoka Prefecture. In accordance with the way of life of the then Japanese, he inherited the carpentry business, for which he did not have much love.But, as they say, if there is a desire to develop, then ideas will not be long in coming. Sakishi decided to devote himself entirely to improving the looms.

An important feature of Sakishi’s approach was that he learned by trial and error. Thus, he managed to learn the whole inside out of the business in which he was engaged. He was convinced that the industry of the then Japan needs continuous development. These convictions led to the fact that he created his future company according to the philosophy of “Kaizen”, which in translation means “an endless path to excellence.”

In 1894 Sakishi gave birth to a son, who was named Kiishiro. He would have known at that moment to what extent his business would grow …

Already in 1924, together with his son Sakishi, he created a fully automated loom, and a couple of years later the first stone was laid in the construction of a future multi-billion dollar corporation – Toyoda Automatic Loom Works was born. This small firm that manufactures automated looms will forever remain in history as the “mom” of today’s Toyota.

Change of course for car production

The money Sakishi received from the sale of the patent rights for his automatic looms was subsequently transferred to the young Kiishiro. The father bequeathed to his son not only to continue the business, but also to transform it into an enterprise for the creation of automobiles. Sakishi firmly believed that many years later, people will not be able to live without cars. Unfortunately, not many supported his idea. But this did not prevent Kiishiro from using the money received from the sale of the patent to stock up on “foreign” cars, disassemble them for parts and study the automotive industry.

The young carmaker enlists the support of his father’s board of directors and in 1931 begins researching American-made engines with the aim of creating the ideal engine for Japanese society. Kiishiro, like his father, recognized only practice – through numerous breakdowns and failures, the search for optimal solutions was carried out.

And 1933 in the history of the company was marked by the birth of a full-fledged department engaged in the production of cars, which was headed by Kiishiro himself.After a year of fruitful work, they brought to the world an engine called “Type A” based on the Chevrolet engine. It was he who was supposed to become the basis for both cars and trucks of the brand.

“Firstborns” of the automotive department

Formally, the brand was then called Toyoda. The name Toyota, familiar to us, appeared later. The first developments of the brand were the small A1 car and the G1 truck. On the basis of them, in 1936, the serial production of the AA and AB models (they differed only in body type) and the cargo AG began.In the same year, Kiishiro received an export order from North China. The Chinese are extremely interested in AG trucks.

In 1937, the automobile development department grows into a separate business – Toyoda Motor Company, Ltd. This moment is considered to be the beginning of the history of Toyota Motor Corporation, although it still had to come to this name. In the same year, the company received an order for 3,000 trucks for the Japanese army. Thanks to this order, it was possible to build a full-fledged factory in the small town of Koromo.It was later renamed Toyota.

Kiishiro was already concerned about the issue of uninterrupted supply of the required raw materials and technologies to the plant. A number of separate companies were created to provide the vehicle conveyor with metal and equipment. The only unresolved issue was the quality of the products. It fell short of the level of Europeans and Americans. In order to change the situation in the early 50s, it was decided to introduce the brand to the American market.

It should be noted how serious Kiishiro was in the details. It is thanks to him that we all know modern Toyota exactly as Toyota. The letter “D” was replaced in the title with “T” because it takes eight dashes to write the character “Toyota”, and the number eight is considered lucky in Japanese culture.

The next stage in the history of the brand: entering the world market

Today, the appearance of Chinese auto companies on the world stage is in many ways reminiscent of Toyota’s expansion into the American market.In the 50s of the twentieth century, Eiji Toyoda took the helm, who managed to introduce the most productive methods of managing and motivating ordinary workers. This method has borne some fruit. In 1951, the production of the first off-road vehicle, the BJ Toyota Jeep, began. In 1957, the solid Crown entered the American market. In addition, factories were opened in Brazil and Australia.

And 1966 is considered a special year in the history of the brand. It was in this year that the Corolla was born, which later became the main means of gaining recognition for Toyota around the world.This small, economical little car allowed the company not only to stay afloat, but also to become a market leader when the oil crisis broke out in 1974. Many Americans could no longer afford the voracious eight-cylinder giants. This is where little Toyota came in handy …

In the early 70s, the first sports cars were launched into the series – the Celica in 1970 and the Supra in 1978. As we know, today these cars are icons for many motorists. In 1982, together with GM, the production of Corolla cars starts in California.This event once again made it clear how winning the Kaizen strategy is.

Over a 6-year period from 1979 to 1985, total exports doubled! From 10 to 20 million cars! The Japanese did not even think to stop there …

Consequences of Toyota’s worldwide success

Mainly due to the fantastic success of Toyota, Japan came out on top in the ranking of countries-automakers, which, in turn, accelerated the pace of development of the main industries in other countries.

At the end of the 80s of the twentieth century, the Lexus brand is born, which now represents Toyota in the premium segment. In the early 90s, Toyota Motor Corporation entered the European market and in 1992 the first Toyota plant in the UK was built.

But Toyota was not going to stop there. The first “asphalt” SUV is created – Rav4, which almost immediately becomes a universally recognized bestseller! The innovation institute of the company also does not sit idle and in 1997 the first production car with a hybrid power plant – Toyota Prius – appears to the eyes of the whole world.This model clearly shows that the largest automobile concern at that time was extremely concerned about the environmental situation in the world. After that, many of the leading automakers are rapidly building their green cars.

Toyota’s history in the twenty-first century

At the turn of the century, Toyota has stepped over 100 million cars for the domestic market. In 2002, it was decided to create its own team in Formula 1. Unfortunately, despite the huge budget, even by the standards of the “Royal races”, Toyota has not been able to achieve success in this kind of motorsport.For a while, the company continued to supply engines for other teams, but in 2009 the management decided to curtail the activities of the automaker in Formula 1.

Note that the only year when Toyota suffered losses was just 2009. But this did not prevent the Japanese auto giant from breaking into the automobile Olympus in 2012, overtaking Volkswagen and GM at the end of the year. By this time, Toyota had built factories in most of the developed automotive countries around the world.Russia was no exception. In 2007, a new plant of the company was launched in the village of Shushary near St. Petersburg.

As we can see, Toyota’s history is filled with bright victories and years of hard work, constant research and experimentation. The road to great success is never easy and cloudless. The Toyoda family initially relied on the “path of continuous movement forward” and did not fail. The experience of the auto giant’s managers is now being adopted by managers from all over the world. The Kaizen philosophy still works today.

Toyota History Video:

But it all started with simple machines … Sakishi Toyoda’s dream continues to live thanks to his descendants.

P.s. Have you personally had any experience with Toyota cars? Write in the comments to this article the pros and cons of cars of this brand that you saw during operation, a test drive or just a trip with a friend.

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