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Tabula Rasa III

The cottolin warp, the hand-dyed SeaSilk and advancing twill waves.  Isn’t it pretty?  And a lovely lightweight combo too, at 297 GSM.


Writer's block and weaver's slump

The first time I experienced a writer’s block is when, during business writing course, I was asked to write an essay about my experiences and tactics to deal with a writer’s block.   479 more words


Tabula Rasa wrap II

Mulberry spun silk weft, dyed in specs.  GSM 320.  Gentle, subtle, and flowing.


Something new

Handwoven? Check.

Bright colours? Check.

Rainbow? Check.

Hand-painted?  Check.

Intricate weave pattern?  Check.

A unique wrap?  Check.

Let me present to you the Shibori series of the wraps that combine all the good qualities of a handwoven wrap with the free flow of rainbow colours and a diamond pattern frame.


Linen and Huck

Linen and Huck lace weave go beautifully together. The loom was threaded with a bleached 16/2 linen  in an 8 shaft Huck lace pattern. These two towels and the following gray towel were woven on this warp. 113 more words


Homestead Faire 2016

One of my favorite places, nearby, to visit is Homestead Heritage. It is just north of Waco and they demonstrate and sell so many of what many today consider old fashion crafts and a way of living that is closer to nature. 672 more words