I’ve now tried three different times to photograph that Silver Linings rayon chenille shawl, trying to reproduce the conditions that allowed that Frost shawl to turn out so well. Hah!
These are my best efforts, from first to last.
While they get a little bit better each time, none of them are good. All look dull [...]
This time of year I just keep weaving and weaving and weaving. I’m working to build up my stock for the shows that will start this summer. I know that’s months away. I also know that I’ve been successful enough at these shows that I have to have lots of stock, lots of variety [...]
No, not the new year is looming, but rather what my looms look like as the new year dawns. The idea of photographing your loom(s) on New Year’s Day has become an annual invitation by Meg over at Unravelling, and this is the 2nd year I’ve joined the fun. Without further ado…
Above, the Missouri [...]
As soon as I say “always” or “never” — as in, “I always do X” or “I never do Y” I’m reminded of how untrue that is. I got about 18″ of the second rayon chenille scarf woven when all of a sudden it hit me. I wasn’t really weaving tabby. Although I [...]
Life is all about balance. Balancing work & play, what I want to do and what must be done. When it comes to my weaving, at this point I’m balancing what I must do before the next show and what I want to do before the next show.
So I started by making a warp [...]