“Don’t use mohair in warp” lesson. However, during the program, Daryl Lancaster gave us hints on dealing with mohair warps.
Towels in two-block twill.
Handwovens for the Home towels, 8/2 fiber.
Scarf from Tacoma WG dye-day.
10/2 Tencel and JaegerSpun wool, finished with differential shrinkage.
“Autumn Leaves” tapestry. Slits sewn shut by piecing the wefts with sewing thread for invisible closure. Leaves are wooden beads.
Heart-shaped Palm Leaf Basket
10-shaft satin weave in linen
Wool yardage for Daryl’s Jumpstart Vest workshop. Using “right-side/wrong-side” for contrast on trim.
Purple and red yarn with silver and gold metallics, warped on sectional beam.
Little Loom House (Louisville, KY). Two-harness loom with supplemental harness.
Twill sampler, with tags to mark treadling sequences.
Sampler from the Beginning Weavers workshop.
Monks Belt sampler
Doubleweave in mohair warp and weft
Overshot: “Lee’s Surrender” in miniature.
Crazy Quilt. Silk and Linen top, hand pieced on flannel foundation, with flannel backing, no batting.
“Yarn bomb” mirror frames.
Stiffened fabric baskets.
Cedar bark baskets
Chessboard table runner sampler in 8/2 Tencel with variegated warp and weft, from a Handwoven magazine pattern.
Not weaving or fiber, but a creative craft – encaustic, an art form nearly as old as weaving, at least 3000 years.
Thick and Thin (kit)