Colour variations

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These different colourways are all based on the same pegplan and treadling order with just a few variations in block length and shuttle sequence.

Multi-stranding

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Too many strands of activity and I get myself in a fankle.

Highland Guild

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Looking at ‘Colour from a Different Angle’ in a workshop for Highland Guild of Weavers, Spinners & Dyers.

Stripes and checks

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Weaving giant colour gamps for a new workshop.

Mighty mug rugs

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Miniature colour studies to brighten every day.

mighty mug rugs

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Yes, it has been a while. Sorry. Lots going on — rather too much, in fact — so that there hasn’t been time to blog about it. Now, of course, my head is too full of stuff to make a … Read More

on the sofa

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I have a new silk warp to beam on the Megado, a new hemp warp already underway on the Delta, and a sprained ankle on the sofa. This is Not Good. But, hey, at least it is Not Broken either. … Read More

Serious scarves

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One of four silk scarves in Goethe’s “serious” colours, inspired by a workshop with the late James Koehler

the actual colours

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Don’t be alarmed by the garish red and green drafts in my earlier post. I used bright shades simply because more realistic ones were too dark for me to see the pattern. On the loom it is looking like this: … Read More

curved triangle drafts

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Right, back to weaving business! Here, thanks to Amy, are the rejected and the now-in-use drafts for curved triangle shapes. I started with the idea that a pattern of these shapes would leave a pleasing pathway of plain weave through … Read More