A Shell Net Cowl

The crocheted cowl has been completed. It took longer to make than the crocheted Möbius from an earlier post. The design was from the book: Crochet One-Skein Wonders edited by Judith Durant & Edie Eckman. The design was named "Shell Net Cowl" designed by Ryan Hollist. I did fewer rounds than the pattern called for,... Continue Reading →

The Dreaded Threading

Finally got back to the Baby Mac loom and finished the shadow weave towels. It's time to move on to another weave structure. I choose a 4 harness weave pattern by Bertha Hayes. As you can see, I'm Setting up the loom. 1/2 the warp is dented thru the reed at 30 epi. The warp... Continue Reading →

Tessellations and Koloman Moser

Koloman Moser : Designing Modern Vienna, 1897-1907 exhibit closed today at the Houston Museum of Fine Arts. Yesterday I was lucky to be able to view it. The use of tessellations in his designs, surprised me. The tessellations brought back memories of a workshop with Jennifer Moore, a weaver known for her double weave pieces. In this... Continue Reading →

A Möbius for Warmth

Recent weather across the US has been extremely cold. Living in Missouri City, TX a southern suburb of Houston we may not reach freezing temps in the winter. If my house was built for cold temperatures it wouldn't be such a problem. To help cope I went into the trunk and pulled out wool yarn... Continue Reading →

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