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I’m done and finished with the weaving; now there are the warp and weft ends to take care of, and then the lovely gold band is ready to go off to its new owner. Here it is, in all its … Continue reading

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The weaving has progressed, and it’s almost done – which is nice, because that means we won’t have to bow to my work for too long when crossing the room. The band is fascinating, too – it’s such a simple … Continue reading

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A while ago, I got a commission for a gold and silk band, woven on the rigid heddle. Which delighted me no end, since I just love working with these materials, and I love rigid heddle band weaving, and the … Continue reading

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Well, what do you do once you have made a box loom? Try it out, of course. So I’ve been test-weaving some more, again with silk and gold… and by now, it’s become a fairly long band: …so long that … Continue reading

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After so many finished things (I also completed a Pirate Roberts hat, and you’ll get a pic of that soon), it is obviously necessary to get some more new things under way. There’s actually two exciting projects coming up, and … Continue reading

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Well. I took a deep breath, and then I did the final calculations for the wonderful weaving project that ended up exploding… so now I have the numbers, and I can tell you: they are not pretty. Not pretty at … Continue reading

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Though I love all (or, well, almost all) textile techniques quite a bit, and I work in a good number of them, weaving cloth is not among those. There are a bunch of reasons for this – one is space … Continue reading

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