Archives for the month of: November, 2014

The beauty of having a small frame for a tapestry loom is that you can travel and weave wherever you go !

As long as you have a small tapestry frame, yarns wound on bobbins, and a pair of scissors, you can go wherever you want and still be able to keep weaving your tapestry.

One of my favorite places to visit is by the Blue Ridge Parkway in Virginia,
surrounded by Douglas fir, deer and wild turkey.


This morning we threw more logs onto the wood fire as a fine mist drifted down from the mountains.

Beautiful work, ladies!

Our inspiration has turned out to be nature, specifically peaceful landscapes.
Maybe that’s what we all yearn for- tranquility.

Here are a couple examples of the tapestries from Tuesday night’s class





Reconquering Burgundy, resurrecting Charles the Bold

Cooking Without Limits

Food Photography & Recipes

Photography Art Plus

Photography, Animals, Flowers, Nature, Sky

Fibre art by Jean Ottosen

NC Alternative Crops and Organics

art in fibers and fabric

around the garden

art in fibers and fabric


art in fibers and fabric