I am a weaver and spinner based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. I have a strong passion for textiles and fibres which extends to the people and cultures that make, wear, and use the textiles. My passion is fueled by a strong curiosity about why and how textiles developed historically, how textiles are being used today, and what the future might bring. Recently I am enjoying the opportunity to travel to other parts of the world. Through this blog I hope to share my impressions of people I meet and places I go, and how my travels influence and inform my own weaverly works.
Nice blog- hope to read more !!
purchased your work at the Harmony Arts Festival – truly a work of art, I love it!
Thanks Gin for your kind comments.
Love your work. Do you ever sell scarves?
Thanks for your question and your interest. Weaving is very labour intensive and I don’t make enough to sell widely. Some of my work I give as gifts, or use as examples for workshops I teach. Some pieces I do sell at our annual Guild sale in November. (Peace Arch Weavers and Spinners Guild, in Surrey, BC) I’m not sure what is going to happen this year, with Covid, we probably will be unable to host an indoor sale. Most pieces are unique and one of a kind. If there is something specific you are interested in, let me know.