Handwoven Mai/Juni 2015

Handwoven Mai/Juni 2015 (May/June 2015)

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Features
  • Texture in Weaving - Sara Goldenberg
    From a fine art piece to a garment, materials can e the impetus for your work.
  • Shifu for the Earth and you - Yoko Arai
    Shifu, Japanese cloth woven from paper dyes well, is comfortable, and it's easy on the earth.
  • In Search of Fiber Excellence - Marilynn Cowgill and Jill Graham
    Two fiber artists share their experiences in working toward the HGA Certificate of Excellence.
  • Notes From the Fell: A Space of My Own and a Loom With a View - Tom Knisely
    No matter the size of your studio or loom collection, there are looms and rooms just right for you.
  • Idea Gallery: Weaving Origami - Susie Taylor
    One weaver pushes the dimensional limits on the shapes that can be woven on a loom.
  • The Show Towel: A Pennsylvania German Tradition - Tom Knisely
    Cloth and Courtship amongst the Pennsylvania Dutch
  • Yarn Lab: A Question of Fulling - Robin Lynde
    Robin takes Imperial Stock Ranch yarn for a spin - in the washing machine!
Projects
  • Parrot Plumage Crimped Scarf - Dianne Totten
  • Shaggy Travel Tote - Sarah H. Jackson
  • Grassland Journal Covers - Patricia Morton
  • Tropical Seas Scarf - Beth Mullins
  • Snakeskin Scarf - David Wismar
  • Danish Rosette Towels - Elisabeth Hill
  • Honeycomb Beaded Pillows - Deborah Heyman
  • Playing With Blocks Waffle-Weave Towels - Jodi Ybarra
  • Classic Capelet - Judy Pagels
  • Hula Hoop Rug for Kids - Haley Pierson-Cox
  • Kid's Woven Necklace - Jennifer Lee
  • Pennsylvania Show Towel - Tom Knisely

Letzte Änderung: 6.8.15 durch Alexandra Weikert
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