Monthly Archives: February 2014

A Quiet Spinning Day at Festival of the Arts

Snow has blanketed our neighbourhood, bringing calm, but making the streets a little slippery.   Snow is not all that usual in the Vancouver area, with only 2 or 3 snowfalls a winter, so we really are not used to … Continue reading

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After weaving several projects that involved complicated processes and multiple shuttles, it was a delight to weave something completely uncomplicated.  These two scarves practically flowed from the loom.  The draft is adapted from Daryl Lancaster’s scarves in the article “Using … Continue reading

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Crackle in Silk

I’ve been experimenting with Crackle Weave in preparation for the class I will teach in May.   I love how the colours look together on the warping board.  I use elastic bands to hold the yarn on the warping board until … Continue reading

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A Year of Learning

I’m starting to think that my idea of retirement is very different from that of others.  This year is shaping up to be a very intense year of learning and teaching with an almost vertical learning curve and I am … Continue reading

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