My year end project was making this table runner for my sister and husband who were married in August. Better a little late than never. I seemed to be running behind most of this year.
I continue in my 2nd term as president of the Contemporary Handweavers of Houston. It will be nice to finish my term in June and only have to have the title and jobs of Past President.
In the WOW study group we have been studying Profile drafts. We broke into smaller groups which each chose a profile draft to be woven in a weave structure appropriate for their loom. Since I have 12 shafts, rep weave was possible using our chosen profile draft above. So that is what needs to be accomplished in the next couple of months.
I’m working on towels with a color scheme that is out of my normal realm but colors being requested. The loom has been set-up and currently being woven. Weft colors may vary for additional towels in the warp length.
On a walk on Christmas Day at Cullen Park in Sugar Land, TX we came across this magnificent tree, covered in moss. It was a beautiful sunny day to enjoy with my daughter and husband.
Family for Christmas Eve. Even the grand-dog had to get in the picture.
They are so cute, but what would one do with them? They can’t be sheared for fleece. Comfort animals?
May you have a Happy 😊 and Prosperous New Year!
Happy New Year to you too! Your work is amazing as usual!!
Happy New Year Barbara! I hope you continue to share your weaving adventures.
Your work is amazing as usual! Happy New Year to you too.
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