Hello Long Neglected Weaving Pals, I am re-entering the blogosphere after an extended absence with a guest post by Vishal Vivek co-founder of the Hemp foundation. Vishal has asked me to post a very interesting article he wrote about hemp yarn
I have been happily working in my studio for the last couple months, weaving for various projects while teaching Beginning Weaving to a great bunch of soon-to-be-fanatics. The parameters of the projects have pushed me into using some fibers and
I was comfort watching old episodes of Nigella Lawson's Christmas Cooking Specials thinking that I might be inspired to get into my old holiday baking, wrapping, decorating frenzy (. . . or maybe just watch Nigella do it and weave
I recently participated in the Working Weavers Studio Trail. I was surprised and pleased that we had a very busy weekend with a non-stop stream of visitors. The majority, I believe were fellow weavers. I really enjoyed the opportunity to
Apologia Hello fellow weavers. Needless to say I have been a negligent blogger. I used to tell my kids that apologizing for doing something without the intention of changing one's behavior is not really an apology. So starting every belated blog
"I Have a Beaver Problem . . ." This was the statement that my husband made to the very suspicious dispatcher at our local animal control center as I was unhelpfully and immaturely giggling helplessly in the background. But we did!