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!

New Stuff Brewing!

It’s hard to believe the air has turned and kisses of Autumn are starting to appear! It feels like yesterday I was iced into Winter!  It’s been a whirlwind Summer and I’m working on a couple “in review” posts..  but in the meantime there are lots of new things brewing for the Fall!

PLY Issue 5- Behind my Curtain!

SO PLY issue 5 has arrived at my doorstep!! I’m super excited about this issue, since not only do I have an article- but it’s a peek behind my curtain!

Workshoping and Asheville Shenanigans with Lexi

I know I’m going to have more than a good time when my great friend Lexi Boeger of Pluckyfluff fame comes to town!! I’d just come home from teaching at the Tropical Flordia Weavers Guild annual retreat, but I grabbed the wine, hopped in the car and headed up to Asheville for some good Boeger […]

Another Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival behind us…

Ah Maryland Sheep and Wool. It’s that festival we all love and hate at the same time. SO good to see friends, pet sheep, drool over fleeces.. but NEVER enough money to buy all the pretty, yarny, shiny things we want to fill our studios and stashes!! This year was no different…

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.