The first is the scarf that was in Handwoven magazine in an article introducing a technique I invented for planting a bead in the center of each waffle in waffleweave.


The second is a scarf woven in a fancy point twill using a warp I handpainted.


The third is a group of swatches of fabric designed for upholstery.


The fourth is a double-faced point twill scarf woven on a 24-harness dobby loom.


By the way, I also teach weaving. I have a rigid heddle loom and an 8-harness floor loom and can teach anything from the most basic weaving to patterns for which an 8-harness loom is necessary and how to design your own weaving patterns.


2 responses

5 05 2010

Hi Donna, just wanted to let you know I enjoyed looking at your weaving. There are more weavers in Charlottesville. Feel free to contact me via email if you’d like.–Laurie

5 05 2010

Thanks for your comment. I’m glad to “meet” you and will be e-mailing you. I’ve got this bee in my bonnet (left over from UK Pocktorian Textiles) about local textile artists coordinating their color and fiber/yarn and shape choices so as to market together, perhaps even to share equipment and space resources.

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