Weaving Catch Up

Yes, I’ve been gardening, mowing the lawn, and making jelly, but I’ve also been weaving. What I haven’t been doing is blogging. So I’m going to cram the last 3 warps into one post.

First I wove three scarves in some of Tammy’s hand painted 8/2 Tencel, in a colorway she calls Silver Linings. I […]

Flower Blossom Jelly

The Naturalist at Pfeiffer Nature Center gave me a terrific idea, one that I decided to use to get a major head start on Christmas presents. Yes, I fully realize that it’s only May, but you have to do things as the Muse inspires and the season allows.

So on Thursday evening I walked around […]

Baby, baby, can’t you hear my heart beat

Way back in the dark ages, 1965 to be exact, Herman’s Hermits released a hit with the memorable lyrics of this blog title. It strikes me as just right for this post.

After much consideration, I decided that my to-be-grandson needed one of my handwoven hearts baby blankets. To make his even more special, I […]

Handwoven Table Runners

Hurd Orchards is a lovely, little farm & market where you can pick your own fruit, each a terrific luncheon made onsite with locally grown foods, or take a class in flower crafting. They carry a few of my handwoven table linens in their gift shop, along with some woven by the women in Berea, […]

Handwoven Baby Blankets, part 3

I promised to show you the four handwoven baby blankets when I finally had the binding on them.

The pink hearts have a pale pink binding, the blue hearts a pale blue binding, and the cranberry & aqua have white binding. I did get these up on my website, as this is the […]