Spring Weaving Resolutions

Lilac and deep purple towels I’m sure many of you do New Year resolutions. As president of the Houston Contemporary Handweavers I wrote a list of 10 resolutions to fulfill for our newsletter in January. Number 2 on the list was to start a new weaving project each month. The purple towels were woven in... Continue Reading →

Happy New Year! 2020

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... Continue Reading →

Where has time gone

This summer came and went. I spent several weeks in Minnesota to attend my Sister's wedding and several weeks later a nieces wedding. Such happy times. It allowed me to reconnect with relatives, some which I had not seen in years. The temperatures being cooler than back home were an added bonus. An extended family... Continue Reading →

Busy Summer Days

This stool was started in a workshop at the Contemporary Handweavers of Texas conference in June. I don't always finish theseprojects that are started in workshops and this one was not even half done when our class time was over. So I am so proud of myself for completing this loom stool. It is 12... Continue Reading →

My CHT conference 2019

For those that don't know CHT stands for Contemporary Handweavers of Texas. They hold a Biennial conference, always held the year after HGA's Convergence conference. My conference was highlighted by being awarded second place for Fashion accessories in the "Members Exhibit". I've been weaving for years so it was nice to receive this special recognition.... Continue Reading →

On the Loom Huck Lace and more

It's been a while since I've woven any Huck Lace. A new to me pattern this one is from "Weavers Best Huck Lace." This pattern is by Dini Cameron, page 17. Huck Lace shows up best when a solid color is used in both the warp and weft. This is a scarf of 8/2 Lyocell... Continue Reading →

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