Monthly Archives: May 2012

Hot off the Loom

I finished the huck lace yardage Thursday and this morning Phil took some photos.  Now the yardage is in the washer and I am winding a warp for the Bronson lace to be combined with the huck and basketweave in … Continue reading

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Slow weaving

I have been making slow progress on the huck lace – a few pattern repeats a day – mainly because of being busy with other activities.  I was beginning to get a bit bored with it, possibly because it was … Continue reading

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My yarn will be in a Museum!

For the past two years the Champaign Urbana Spinners and Weavers Guild has been working on an exhibit with the Spurlock Museum  in Urbana.  I chose an artifact from the museum collection – an auger shell scraper from the island … Continue reading

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Huck Weaving Progress

I have woven a yard or so of my huck lace, so I took a few pictures.  According to what I have read, it will look quite different once it is off the loom and washed.  I like how it … Continue reading

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Still a Zen weaver after all these years

I’ve been weaving for about fourteen years, I think, but am still a beginner.  Today I am thinking of the title Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind and feeling good about staying a beginner.  It means I’m always learning something new. It … Continue reading

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