Overshot weaving progress

Overshot weaving progress

Overshot weaving with monochrome and polychrome warps and chat about the NH Wool Arts Tour in October 2021.

A new pattern for rigid heddle weavers; overshot in polychrome

A new pattern for rigid heddle weavers; overshot in polychrome

A new print-at-home weaving pattern for rigid heddle weavers; overshot in polychrome; weaving class wrap-up.

Summer Fair wrap-up and new work

Summer Fair wrap-up and new work

Looking forward to fall in Harrisville; what's on the loom; handwoven wool handbags, overshot weaving with polychrome warps.

Adventures (and struggles) in pattern publishing

Adventures (and struggles) in pattern publishing

Hello, friends. I am often asked by fellow weaving enthusiasts about whether I sell my weaving designs. I've been doing this weaving gig for a number of years now (read: DECADES) and have quite a little library accumulated of designs that I have made. There are many designs that I'd like to share, but there [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Overshot tabletop runners and butterflies for “Broke!”

Kate's new overshot weaving for table runners and "Broke Arts" fair, June 2019.

Summer Show Season 2018

Summer Show Season 2018

Hello, friends. In addition to readying our currently over-sized home to move to a more reasonably-sized home, I am weaving in anticipation of the summer and early fall fine craft show season. There are no shows on my calendar for June or July (the business of moving can really mix up your schedule), so my [...]

“Gavotte” overshot pattern

“Gavotte” overshot pattern

The loom is dressed with a new warp this week, a self-drafted overshot design using four shafts. It is always fun to see how one's sketch (or in my case, computer draft) translates into cloth. After sampling several inches of fabric, I decided to double up on pattern weft picks to give the pattern a [...]