why weave in the ends?
After writing last week's post I put an image of one of the tapestry doodles on Instagram to let people know that the post was here and in the comments, an amazing tapestry weaver from Australia, ...
Joining in new yarn
What to do when the yarn runs out but you want to keep weaving.My Online Weaving School-https://kelly-casanova-weaving-lessons.teachable.com/?preview=logged_...
Mordants in natural dyeing (part 2) - Maker gardener
This is a continuation of part 2 on the use mordants in natural dyeing. In this part I am focusing the use chrome and copper. Part 1 of the post on the use of mordants like alum, iron and tin are here Mordant in natural […]
Seventy Degrees and Summer Beckons!
After a heavy focus on making costumes, this week I launched back into making pieces for the summer art fair circuit. Yesterday the thermometer reached seventy and the day was sunny. Eranthis, snowdrops and crocuses started flowering across the yard, filling it up with fresh colors. The weather seduced my mind with thoughts of summer, so off I went to make some summer birches by a stony lake shore. I picked up some florist wire remnants and have been wrapping them with yarn from alpacas that…
The Creativity Patch-Learn to Weave-Courses and Weaving Kits
Get started weaving with online courses and weaving kits. Lucy Anne Jennings, MA Art Education, makes it easy and takes time to help you every step of the way.
Scarf in progress
Just started weaving my "windowpane plaid" scarf on my rigid heddle...it's chenille with a synthetic novelty yarn for the stripes. More about my weaving and other craft projects on my blog: pickychickybird.blogspot.com