A bit of sunny weaving on the rigid heddle

A bit of sunny weaving on the rigid heddle

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, [...]

Spring colors

Spring colors

Hello, friends. It is snowy and cold (-10 F forecasted for Friday this week!) but the studio is warm and cozy thanks to the woodstove and a loom dressed in cheerful, bright colors. I used a jumble of bright colors for this kitchen towel including aqua, orange, lemon yellow, purple, and bright green. It looks [...]

Summer and Winter in the winter

Summer and Winter in the winter

Summer and winter is becoming one of my favorite weaving structures. It is a two shuttle weave (unless you turn your draft, but that is a topic for another day). I really like the sturdiness of the resulting fabric but especially love the fact that you end up with a reversible piece. Yes! It is [...]

Winter Market event and recent weavings

Winter Market event and recent weavings

Hello, friends. Here we are, well into the first week of the year 2020. We have had a bit of snow here in the Monadnocks but it sure is a lovely thing, especially when you can avoid driving to the places that you need to visit. I find myself shuffling up and down Chesham Road [...]

It’s Towel Time

It’s Towel Time

Greetings, friends. After a mild altercation with a snowblower last week, in which our Monadnock Region-worthy Cub Cadet got the upper hand, I am back at the loom. (Nothing serious, just a strained shoulder. I wasn't one of those people who stuck their hands inside in a running snowblower in an attempt to remove snow [...]