Christmas Eve

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If it isn’t done by now then it’ll have to wait!

But before I sign off for the feast, here are some memories from the second half of 2016.

In July I warped up the Delta – after a long hiatus – to weave colour gamps. This was a delightful project, and part of my preparation for visiting Highland Guild later in the year.

warp over back beam

In August I was topping up my Waterfront collection, and using the Magic Dobby to explore random walks.

zig zags underneath

So by September I had quite a few samples as well as some finished pieces.


The dyepots came out in October so that I could create a limited edition of chocolate mint scarves.


A real highlight in November was weaving in the Grand Gallery at the National Museum. (For those who couldn’t make it, there is now a chance to catch up by video.)


And throughout December these joyful ‘patchwork’ scarves – and their siblings in the chocolate mint edition – have been heading out into the world via the Tea Green pop-up in Dundee, while I have been sampling for new work still to come.


Thank you for reading along with me this year, and may your feasting be merry!

Christmas Eve” was posted by Cally on 24 Dec 2016 at

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8 Responses

  1. atelieralida
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    Thank you for sharing your wonderful work and projects.
    Merry Christmas and a good start in the new year.
    Warm greetings from the Netherlands,

    • Cally
      | Reply

      Thank you, Alida, and a happy new year to you too!

  2. Perry Drevo
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    I have thoroughly enjoyed your posts
    Perry Drevo in Lewes, De

    • Cally
      | Reply

      Thank you, Perry!

  3. Lesley Campana
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    Merry Christmas, Cally. I enjoy all your posts and hope they keep coming in the new year. Happy Weaving.
    Lesley Campana, Dover, DE

    • Cally
      | Reply

      Thanks, Lesley, I’ll do my best! Happy new year to you.

  4. Martha
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    Merry Christmas! Love seeing all the wonderful weaving you have done through the year.

    • Cally
      | Reply

      Thanks, Martha! I enjoy seeing yours too 🙂

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