Huck Lace is traditionally done the same solid color in both the warp and weft. The floats that create the design, are more visible with a solid color scarf. But why always follow tradition in your weaving, explore! So that is exactly what I have done with these two scarves. The weave structure is the... Continue Reading →
I've been busy weaving Huck lace scarves. It is one of my favorite weave structures. The first were these lovely purple tencel ones. I modified the draft from one for 12 harnesses to weave on 8 harnesses. But it still creates a nice pattern. Being happy with the first 2 scarves, I tied on a... Continue Reading →
These Bronson Lace towels have been on the loom for quite a while. There's 2 left to weave so I need to get motivated. I've woven this pattern before and find that it's one I come back to weave in different colors. This is an 8 harness weave. The pattern looks different depending on the... Continue Reading →
This is my version of fire. Variegated yarns in the warp gives color play one can not get from solid yarns. Changing the treadling creates a totally different look. Spots before my eyes.
The weaving study group "WOW", has an annual Holiday party. This year we went out to eat at a nice Italian restaurant "3 Olives Restaurant ". Members can participate in the exchange of a small handmade gift as part of the gathering. The gift is placed in a brown paper bag. Numbers are drawn... Continue Reading →
This Bronson Lace weave is a gift for a very important person in my life this upcoming Christmas. The warp yarn is an alpaca silk blend. The weft yarn is a 20/2 silk. The scarf will be warm, yet lightweight and very luscious. I'll have to weave it off this week so it will arrive... Continue Reading →