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weaving Fun-damentals

February 8, 2013

two of my students are enjoying sampling on the end of their warps

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twill, different yarn weights

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more log cabin – sort of!

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but the fun really began when they got down on the floor and started sharing some old bobbins

with southern Ontario experiencing a major snowstorm and a blizzard forecast for the East coast I hesitate to show this – but they are inside!

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the scent is heavenly

9 Comments leave one →
  1. February 11, 2013 2:05 am

    Such a nice atmosphere we can feel on your pictures. Concentration on work, and passion in the air, great !


  2. February 10, 2013 10:03 am

    oh, heavenly harmony! i love the scent of paperwhites, which i forgot to do this year. but iris! and i love your students on the floor sharing bobbins. so cool! my weaving teacher at college used to weave off student’s abandoned ends of warps…i always wove mine right up to the absolute last possible bit (often using my fingers and the weft butterflied).


    • February 10, 2013 11:15 am

      Velma – these two students are so excited and happy, they are going to weave to the absolute end – and both now are working on looms at home. It takes me back to the time I was excited by every new discovery.


  3. lagriccia permalink
    February 10, 2013 12:11 am

    A post full of colour…I wish I could smell the irises!


    • February 10, 2013 8:44 am

      Blandina – they have a soft, sweet scent that is overlooked when out in the garden, I love to have a pot inside in the spring


  4. February 9, 2013 6:49 am

    I love those little irises, mine grow outside but haven’t dared to show themselves just yet. I have found my snowdrops and hellebores though. Spring IS coming. Enjoy your weekend Jean.


  5. Myra Dunn permalink
    February 8, 2013 5:05 pm

    I have always loved Dutch Iris. These are spectacular, Jean. Isn’t the colour heavenly?


    • February 8, 2013 5:45 pm

      Myra – these are miniature, they grow to approx. 6 inches (15cm)the contrast in colour is stunning.


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