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A Day in The Life as a TRAMA Textiles Weaver

Isabel (above) is one of TRAMA Textiles Tejadoras (weavers).

The day begins early for forty-year-old Isabel in her small town of Chirijox in the Nahualá highlands. 512 more words

Leno-Lace Table Runner

For my latest loom experiment I wanted to try making something for the home, instead of another scarf. This is not even a little bit because I’m bored of scarves, but because all the delicious yarn I want to use is sock or lace weight and I’m waiting on my 10 and 12 dent heddles before using them up. 414 more words


It's here! And I've put it together!

I assembled my Ashford Sampleit loom today. It wasn’t too difficult, even while I’m sick with death plague. And look… it’s so cute!

Hard at work… 14 more words

Fibre Craft

Another project

The white 6″ cotton squares are going to take a long time, if they ever do get done. The one I washed did soften up. Not a lot, it’ll still be a ‘crisp’ cotton, but mostly it’s going to take a long time to weave them. 127 more words


Yarn - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Yarn is a long continuous length of interlocked fibres, suitable for use in the production of textiles, sewing, crocheting, knitting, weaving, embroidery, and ropemaking.


Yarn Websites

I, er, iOS.

I decided to see if having an app would make me blog better.

In the past year or more I’ve become obsessed with weaving, helped along by some ennui in knitting and crochet, plus an odd sort of pain in my left forefinger, the one that tensions the yarn when I crochet. 29 more words


Well then...

Well it has been forever! I know I know, but this silly thing called life keeps getting in the way of my blogging. But, I think I’ve got it all organized again and set aside some time to blog. 422 more words