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A Yarn and Some

When opportunities to travel to new destinations present themselves, I tend to shamelessly grab them, just as I did with Reva’s tour to Maheshwar & Mandu with her friends. 126 more words


Wet blanket results

I washed a panel of the blanket.  It went from 50×19″ to 47.5×18″.  The weave hardly changed at all.  Next I will wash the denser panel and see what happens to it.  222 more words


Two current WIPs

I can never just work on one thing at a time. I wish I could make a clone of myself so I could work on multiple projects at the same time! 303 more words


Finished the waffle towels!

Watching the transformation of the woven fabric after wash never stops to amaze me. It is a huge difference in huck and huck lace patterns, but even more so in waffle! 11 more words


North Star Homestead Farms

This summer, my visit to northern Wisconsin happened to coincide with the annual “Art Crawl,” a weekend of open studios at the homes and shops of artists along 50 miles of wooded backroads. 313 more words

Farm Visit

Labor Day weaving and spinning

I have done a fair amount of spinning this weekend, getting to know my wheel again, all the quirks of it.

I am almost done with the second dish towel. 144 more words


Crafty Monday - Purple/Green/Mint Belt complete!

I finally got my loom fixed!  All it took was a trip to Home Depot and $6 worth of parts! Woot!  What impressed me most was I had an idea of what I needed to fix it and when I talked to one of the guys in the department, he confirmed what I was thinking. 134 more words