Step by step directions about how I finish my handwoven kitchen textiles.
Peruse and shop for fine craft made by Monadnock Region artisans "From Home Market," an online art fair, June 6-13, 2020.
Weaving kitchen towels in greens and blues. Fine craft show cancellations for 2020.
Double orange peel overshot weaving and woodchuck problems.
Hello, friends. The rigid heddle loom and I continue to spend time together here in South Carolina. A little bit of Maysville 8/4 cotton carpet warp and a bin of quilting fabric scraps can keep one busy for a very long time! The sampling that I've done on the rigid heddle may, with any luck, [...]
Weave a set of simple mug rugs using fabric scraps and my free PDF pattern and instructions.
Hello, friends. I hope all is well with you and your families and that you're safe at home. I continue to reside in SC with my parents. I am grateful for tools like "Zoom" and FaceTime to keep in touch with my husband, my boys, and my sister and her family. The rigid heddle loom [...]
Hello, friends. I continue to reside in South Carolina with my parents, where I have been since March 9, lending assistance to my parents who are navigating a serious health matter. In between grocery store runs, doctor appointments, and vigorous handwashing, I have been working on a rigid heddle loom. My most recently woven pieces [...]
Hello, friends. I have a new loom, a lovely rigid heddle with a 20" weaving width that I purchased from The Spinnery on Etsy. I was looking for something portable and quiet, and the Schacht "Flip" fit the bill. I had no trouble getting the loom set up for weaving (a minimal amount of effort [...]
Hello, friends. My new "Not Quite Plaid" handwoven wool shawl is all finished! I began working on it last week: This is woven in Harrisville Designs "Shetland" yarns. I used three colors: Silver Mist, Charcoal, and Aubergine. It has fringe on the ends and is just the right thing to take the edge off an [...]