Weaving

Bouquet of Fiber on a Snowy Day

24 Table Runners

I love color.  I think it started with my first box of crayons.  I particularly loved the big box of sixty-four – more colors to choose from.

Later I discovered yarn.  I could be content looking at all the rows of yarn arranged like the colors in a Crayola box in the local dime store.  Thus, texture and some knitting needles were added to the equation.

That was my childhood.  Many years later a loom took center stage.  This is now.  These pictures are from table runners I made. They are a combination of different colors, textures, and patterns into an assortment of table runners.

Weaving is slowing down though.  I still like to stay connected with fiber and have returned back to the yarns of my childhood through knitting mostly. (shown in another post)  Still, I linger back to the loom from time to time.

At one point I began Scottish plaid designs, learning a great deal in the process.

Kerr Scottish Plaid Rug

 

 

I’m thankful for all the wonderful friends I’ve met through my work with fiber.

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5 thoughts on “Bouquet of Fiber on a Snowy Day

  1. I took a knitting class a few years ago and got so caught up in the colors and textures that I have bins and bins of yarn at my house. I would love to learn the loom – just haven’t made the time yet.

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