These two scarves just coming off my looms should have been headed for my booth at the Cyclorama, where I was to join about a hundred of my fellow craftspeople at CraftBoston Spring, two weeks from today. CraftBoston is run by a venerable institution, The Society of Arts and Crafts. Their gallery on Newbury Street […]
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We had a good meeting this morning to iron out last wrinkles in the fabric of our new website. Since it’s April 2020, we are working from our homes, not in person. This is me on the left looking happy, my husband Dan the photographer and photo editor in the middle, and son Augie designer […]
The new blog is going to keep it’s old name. I’m excited to have this new WordPress site ready to launch. My plan is to write and illustrate the whole process of making handwoven scarves from yarn to dying to weaving, finishing and taking to shows. Thank you to Dan and Augie for their technical […]
When I dye my silk, I use a product called acid dye. It’s considered to be relatively safe in term of not causing me too much harm. I use a mask when I mix the powders and use the dye in a 1% solution rather than scooping up powder every time I use it. This […]
I was proud to receive 3 ACC awards in 2016. The picture shows Baltimore, and I also got one in Atlanta and San Francisco. In looking through blog posts to carry through to the new website, this was a picture I wanted to keep. […]