Monthly Archives: December 2013

Why Weave on a Winter Solstice?

Tomorrow is Winter Solstice, the shortest day of the year.  Today it is snowing.   As I look at the snowy trees outside my window, sipping a warm cup of tea, I am thankful for the warmth of central heating inside … Continue reading

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December is for Finishing

In December I like to pull out all the unfinished projects in a push to get them to completion before the end of the year, so that I can start the New Year fresh and free.  So far, I have … Continue reading

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Weaving is Fun

So much fun to be weaving again and having the projects turn out the way they are supposed to. I recently completed these Huck Lace tea towels on my four shaft floor loom.   These are woven of naturally coloured … Continue reading

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