Happy New Year, friends. I hope that today finds you in good health and spirits. May your days be merry and bright in 2018.
I’m preparing to take up new work for a League of NH Craftsmen gallery exhibit that will open on January 12, “Black & White Encore.” Although it is scarf-wearing season here, I decided to submit handwovens for the home:
I am continuing to work on the eight-shaft overshot self-drafted runners and am on the last one of three. The darker-colored pattern weft yarns seem to do a nice job of bringing out the half-tones in the pattern. Here is an example, in black and ivory:
A new run of towels is waiting for its turn on the loom. I designed this cloth using a combination of four shaft straight and point twills. Let’s hope that the cloth resembles something close to the computerized design!
That’s all for now! Time to get back at the loom in earnest. (It is better than organizing paperwork for taxes).
2 thoughts on “Black and White Encore Exhibit; new work”
Happy New year!
I wish you a lot of time for your beautiful weaving.
Many thanks! I wish the very same for you! Have a happy and healthy 2018! Best, Kate