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.
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.
I had the most amazing time while I was in New Zealand, and it ended with the wonderful weekend retreat- Majacraft Camp! A weekend of learning, community, laughter and more than a little magic!
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!
I think I’ve said that I’m lucky. I have amazing friends that are creative and inspiring and wonderful teachers. Sometimes, I get the wonderful honor to co-teach with these amazing friends. My workshop in Holland was one of those times.
I’m so excited because this has been a very busy week for booking workshops! I have a bunch of new things on the calender that I’m very excited about!
I’m so excited! I have been wanting a SAORI loom for a couple years and I finally have been able to purchase one for my studio. This loom is amazing and is the perfect partner to textured and artisan yarns! I feel like my other half has arrived!
I’m so excited because just had my big “TV” debut! Yesterday I was in Asheville filming for WLOS ABC Asheville’s news segment called “Craft Corner.