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 [...]

Repurposed beads stitch marker project

Repurposed beads stitch marker project

Hello, friends. I have been knitting for a very long time (my maternal grandmother put needles in my hands at age four), and I just love to knit for my family. My latest project is a cable knit vest for my husband. I find that having a generous supply of knitting stitch markers on hand [...]

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 [...]

December weaving

December weaving

Greetings from Harrisville, where we are experiencing our first serious snowfall right this very minute. Those of us in the higher elevations in the Monadnock Region can anticipate up to 18" of the white stuff. But hey, 'tis the season! This weekend marked my final show of 2019, and I wrapped up with one of [...]

Rethinking shows on the road

Rethinking shows on the road

Happy November. It has been a very busy Fall. I scheduled a number of art shows this year, many of which were out of state and involved significant travel. Some of my events were at new venues, such as The American Craftsmen Show in Ridgefield, CT, and some took place closer to home. I've come [...]

Keeping it fresh and cozy

Keeping it fresh and cozy

Confession: after a summer and early fall of weaving a lot of kitchen towels (my most popular item at fine craft shows and for custom requests) I began to suffer from dishtowel fatigue.  My husband, in his infinite wisdom, suggested that I mix things up a bit and design and weave something new and different. [...]