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 →

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 →

Bits and pieces

Began weaving another color way using the same turned twill setup for the previous  coral towels. These are probably my favorite colors to weave with. I just love a bright blue (royal blue).  These will be made with 22/2 cottolin, from my stash. Alas, there is very little of the purple and turquoise remaining after... Continue Reading →

Tablet Weaving

On this past Friday I took a class on Tablet Weaving taught by Michael Cook. Michael has done some incredible Tablet Woven pieces. On his website you can see examples of his work.  Http://wormspit.com Our looms were warped with black and white 10/2 mercerized cotton, using 15 tablets. This gives one a narrow band when... Continue Reading →

Quilt Festival Inspiration

Though I haven't done any quilting in a long time, the international Quilt Festival in Houston, TX is not to be missed. Between the Vendor Hall and the Quilt exhibits, it is difficult to see it all in one day. My legs are still tired 24 hours later while my brain is imaging all those... Continue Reading →

Weaving Inspiration Board

In my Weaving Studio there is a cork bulletin board that is filled with images of past projects, postcards of famous art work, and images from magazines, and brochures from the guild I belong to. There is a photo taken in a state park in Kansas of an antique industrial weaving loom. Small woven items... Continue Reading →

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