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Winter’s Final Blast

I can’t recall another spring that’s been as cold and snowy as this one. While finishing my last weaving project for the season, there were several days of freezing temps in the early mornings, with lots of chilly blasts of wind and weirdly, snow squalls — often several short squalls each day! I watched some […]

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And I’m Not Done Just yet…

So yes, I’ve still been binge weaving, which for most weavers would just mean “still working”, but these are unusual times for me. Since my last post I’ve done 5 more groups of scarves, nearly one right after the other. This started after I was trying to straighten up all the cones of chenille in […]

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“Binge Weaving”…

Image: mwpai.org January 2020 …Is that even a thing? Well, during the chilly months and the holiday season, a lot of scarves left my studios, whether on consignment to MWPAI’s Gift Shop (where they’ve been flying out of the shop!) or from the web and my studio sale. At least half of these scarves are […]

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Winter Weaving

It’s become evident to me that I seem to want to weave more often in the winter months, especially during January and February, when the pressures of holiday events have passed and the weather is so much colder over here. My habit of enjoying my early morning coffee while watching the birds at our feeders […]

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Annual Studio Sale! And Some Sunshine and Motivation

You’re invited to shop my annual Private Studio Sale on November 4 and 5, from 11:00 am – 5:30 pm. You’ll find plentiful parking, no admission fees/crowds, just a laid back, pressure-free shopping experience, with some light refreshments…And yes, you can bring your friends too! For a fair number of reasons, it’s been more challenging […]

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More Collaborations…

My friend Bob Simbari has been taking beautiful photographs around here for many years, and he has an uncanny sense of color, capturing amazing sunrises and sunsets, among other things. So, when he showed me his photo, Sunrise at Deansboro, I had to agree with him that its colors would indeed make a lovely textile […]

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