New Year- New Fun!

Here it is, already 2015.  I am amazed at how fast 2014 flew by.. until I look and see how much “flying” I really did! Wow- I taught in New Zealand, Florida, Atlanta, Maryland, Connecticut, Maine, Chicago, Quebec, Norway, Rhinebeck, SAFF, Texas…..  What a year it was!!!  And 2015 is already shaping up to be […]

A Summer of Workshops- CT, ME and Quebec!

I’m having a hard time believing that it is really November 6!! The summer is gone. The leaves have started to turn and the air is crisp! I’m even a year older!  It was a whirlwind of a summer because I taught every month in a different place!

Empowerment in the Cut! 10 Tips for Cutting Handwoven Fabrics!

One of the things I love about workshops is the give and take of sharing. I may be there to “teach” but I always walk away having learned something myself. This past month at Dream Come True Farm was no different. This time I went home with inspiration and courage to cut my woven fabric!

Playing with Texture- Weavings for the Walls!

I love weaving. It’s such a fun way to play with texture.  When weaving wall hangings you can just explore different textural ideas, without worrying about drape or hand of fabric. Without those boundaries, there’s a lot of things that can happen within the cloth. Handspun creative yarns really sing when woven within these pieces.

Made in the Carolinas Segment!

I’m ON TV!  Well.. technically not until tomorrow, but the segment is called “Made in the Carolinas” and begins airing tomorrow on the TWCNews channels locally for the next week.

Workshopping on the Bayou

I love New Orleans.  There, I said it. It’s one of my favorite places.  I love the food, I love the jazz and most of all, I love the people.  So when given the chance to come teach there, I needed no arm twisting!