Filling my Days

Like most of you I have plenty of time on my hands staying at home. Weaving, spinning, reading, counted cross stitch, e-mails, text messages, cooking and TV fill my days. Occasionally housework or yard work does too. These 2 scarves were woven on the same painted warp yarn using different colored weft yarns. The pattern... Continue Reading →

Small Bags

  So what do you do with all the small pieces of  handwoven fabric from sampling and weaving off a warp? Small bags with and without a strap are one possibility. With pockets Beaded                                          ... Continue Reading →

Obsession

 Hard to believe this Weave It throw has been in the works for too many years. One of those projects begun before I owned a floor loom, ( 30 some years ago), which seems a life time ago. In moving around my studio this year it required the emptying of the walk-in closet for painting.... Continue Reading →

Change the Color

So I skipped threading the heddles and sleying the reed, by tying on a new warp to the last warp on the loom. From earthy Autumn to Jewel tones the warp has changed. These colors just made me feel happy as I wove. There will be 5 Cottolin (cotton and linen blend yarn) towels. One... Continue Reading →

Fields of Clover

As a child did you sit in fields of clover and make braided crowns, bracelets, and necklaces. I have fond memories of doing this with my sisters and childhood friends. We even gave my Mom a necklace or two. My active mind saw these braids as beautiful jewels and so I could become a princess,... Continue Reading →

Looking to 2015

December has been a month of preparation for the coming holidays, so little time was spent on crafts. Family, food and holiday events filled the month. The Mill Hill beaded cross stitch continues to be worked on in the evenings. At least the overall design can now be seen. I'm  setting up my loom to... Continue Reading →

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