While I was at the Letchworth show, as usual I was weaving on my rigid heddle loom. This time I chose two shades of blue. And since it’s a three-day show, I warped the loom for two scarves, figuring I’d have enough time to weave both while I was there. I planned on [...]
How is it possible that another 10 days have passed without a blog post? Answer: I’ve been really busy.
Last weekend I had another great show in Buffalo. People were particularly interested in my scarves on Sunday, when the weather was cooler.
And next weekend I have another big show – Clothesline in Rochester.. [...]
At the Roycroft show, I had my rigid heddle loom warped up and I was weaving all weekend, as usual. I have really loved the look and feel of the mohair, so decided to warp the RH for more mohair. I was quite happy that I sold a mohair at the show, since it [...]
After I finished the last post, I went to bed. Like sometimes happens, although my body was tired, my mind wasn’t completely shut off. As I lay there thinking about my sales, I realized something.
Of the 15 scarves I sold at Roycroft, 4 of them were woven on my rigid heddle loom. [...]
The Roycroft Summer Art Festival is over. The weather was conducive to selling scarves – not too hot & muggy. In fact, it was a bit chilly, making people want to look at warm things.
So what of my new weaving sold?
First to go were the two eggshell huck lace scarves. With a show [...]