Tag Archives: weaving

Internal is good; External too.

In my dreams, I am the kind of self motivated person who just jumps out of bed in the morning and does everything on my “To Do” list, just because it’s there. The truth is I actually don’t want to … Continue reading

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Jumping in feet first: my new textile venture

Today will be my anniversary. Today I received the postcards I designed as my new business card and now it feels real: As of August 26, 2013 Fiber Associations is my textile business as a weaving and knitting teacher; a … Continue reading

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Seeking bliss

They say there’s an amnesia to the pain of childbirth which allows us to keep having babies and us perpetuate the species. I think there must also be an amnesia about warping that allows us to seek the bliss of … Continue reading

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The joy of teaching

As I am starting to put out to the world that I want to be a weaving teacher, things are actually moving.  A friend connected me with a friend of his and she is my guinea pig first private weaving … Continue reading

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Explorations

Golden Gate Weavers is the oldest weaving guild in CA (1938) and recently we have been doing public exhibits. This summer we have an exhibit of weaving at the Nature Center in Tilden Park. They asked us to weave with … Continue reading

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For the love of the craft: Pass it on!

What’s the difference between knitting and weaving? How is yarn made? How do you get colorful clothing from white sheep and bolls of cotton? I love teaching children about weaving and spinning and my weaving guild often does presentations in … Continue reading

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