On The Loom Blog

Craft Boston Spring has begun

Written By: Augie DeHainaut
Date: Friday, March 20th 2015
craft fair

Please visit us at booth #521

https://www.societyofcrafts.org/cbspring/springinfo.asp

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Second Round of Website Updates

Written By: Augie DeHainaut
Date: Wednesday, March 11th 2015
behind the scenes

New Content

I am pleased to introduce the latest updates to the website. First, there is the new contact page, which is self explanatory so I won't bore you with details. More interesting (hopefully) is the new gallery which can be found on the Current Work page. We've designed the gallery to function as a sort of do-it-yourself scarf builder, showing the raw materials and how the can be combined.

With these updates, the new website is now functionally complete, but the work does not end there. There are already many new photographs incorporated into the gallery, but there are many more in the pipeline. We are also working on a complete overhaul of the about pages. Stay tuned.

New Backend

And now, in case anyone is interested, I thought I'd offer a rundown of how the new website is put together.

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Between Warps

Written By: Augie DeHainaut
Date: Friday, March 6th 2015
behind the scenes

While it waits for a new warp to be wound, the 24 harness loom has an alternate function.

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First Round of Website Updates

Written By: Augie DeHainaut
Date: Monday, February 16th 2015
behind the scenes

A few weeks ago, in my capacity as lead web developer at Muffy Young Hand Weaving, I hinted that some changes to the website were coming up. Since you are reading this, you have already seen that I may not have been completely honest when I said "some."

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New Work 2015

Written By: Muffy Young
Date: Thursday, January 29th 2015
Stripes new work yarn

This picture illustrates two very different directions I have been running in, getting ready for the big ACC winter show in February down in Baltimore. One direction is towards refinement with a minimalist design and only two colors- either black and white or black and charcoal gray. The other is towards a more rustic look with bulky, slubby yarns, an eclectic pattern and joyous, springy colors.

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