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Cutting and seasonality

I cut the half-finished rug off the loom! Since summers here in Vermont are uniquely humid and beautiful, I knew it would be some time before I rigged up my next project, so I’ve folded my Harp and its stand down for the season. 413 more words


First Weaving: Casbah Glacier Stole

I finally finished my first weaving! So happy! :)

I tried a shawl of 40cm (15.7 inch) width and 180 or 190cm (71 or 75 inch) length. 1,069 more words


Acadian Weaving Workshop

We have just enjoyed another great workshop–this one on Acadian Weaving with Melissa Weaver Dunning. It was a weekend packed with information, samples of exquisite museum reproduction textiles and, of course, lots of weaving. 143 more words

Guild News

Update Part two.....

As promised, here is the next update of what I’ve been up to lately:

After I wove a couple of different heavy weight warps for my jacket ideas which I showed in my last blog, ( 277 more words


The Gift that Inspired

Last Fall my cousin Cheryl emailed me to ask if I would like an Architecture book that they found at a sale; of course I had to answer yes.   561 more words

Joe Hanes

Well phooey

I’ve been weaving some towels to give as a gift. I was on the last towel yesterday when I realized I’d run out of warp. Unlike knitting where you just start a new ball of yarn, with weaving you pretty much have to know how long it is going to be before you start. 435 more words

Heron Pond