Deflected Double Weave Mobius

A weaving friend told me that she was making mobius's instead of fringed scarves. So what the heck is a mobius. A mobius strip, is a one-sided continuous surface, formed by twisting 180 degrees a long narrow rectangle then connecting the two ends together. So instead of weaving a scarf with fringe, weave to the... 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 →

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 →

How time Flies

It's hard to believe the holidays are right around the corner. Yes I'm still weaving whenever possible. This year I took on another role for the Houston Handweavers as President. Some say being president is an easy role. Yet trying to keep everyone engaged, while trying to help improve the health of the guild can... Continue Reading →

Oh no now what

Some days it seems one won't ever get to the point of weaving beautiful cloth. A simple 8 shaft turned twill makes weaving fairly simple. There's no need to even use the Tempo Treadle to help with weaving. Just treadle 1-4 two times than 5-8 two times and vala pattern repeat is done. One shuttle... Continue Reading →

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