Small gift bags made from handwoven fabrics with crocheted edging.
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 →
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 →
This chenille scarf is so soft and cuddly. It has wonderful texture and the black makes the colors pop. I only wish I had enough warp length to make two scarves and not just the one. The left over warp I wove off to make one or 2 small purses, yet to be assembled. This... Continue Reading →
Almost 2 years ago I wove and dyed 3 some yards of Handwoven Shibori fabric. The dyed fabric reminded me of the tranquil waters in the Bahamas. I wanted to make something to wear, but what? In my mind I envisioned a dress, but there wasn't enough fabric. The Shibori fabric would need to be... Continue Reading →
These are the finished towels from the post "Spring has Sprung". I had fun playing with different combinations of ways to treadle.I created borders on each side of the towel. That way however it's hung up there is a pretty border design.This is the last design I wove. There would be many other combinations if... Continue Reading →