Since my teaching tour in California got cut short by the Corona Virus Pandemic, I am working on some lessons which I'll share here on the blog and some that may be a future book or workshop. I'm also going to be exploring ways to teach workshops online in the future.
In the meantime, I thought I'd run a special on my ebook for the next week.
You can get it here in my Etsy shop for $6.
WARNING! A PIRATE HAS STOLEN MY EBOOK FILE AND IS SELLING IT ON ETSY. PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOU ARE BUYING FROM MY SHOP, ASPINNERWEAVER. THANKS!
Offer good until April 6th.
It's also available in print. Have a look at the Etsy listing for a peek inside.
The book has received some high praise from some special people in the weaving world!
Susan Foulkes told me in a recent email: "Looking at your book again is so inspiring. The work you put into it is tremendous and the photographs are superb. Just the sort of colourful book to cheer us up in these difficult times." She also wrote a review and tested a pattern from the book on her blog here: https://durhamweaver64.blogspot.com/2019/05/a-new-band-weaving-book.html
Sara Lamb wrote a lovely review in the March/April issue of "Handwoven".
She says "Annie MacHale has produced a beautiful and useful book for inkle weavers who want to understand color and proportion in their woven bands........This book is a feast for the eyes."
I love this especially because I've taken a color class from Sara and she knows what she's talking about!
In the Fall 2019 issue of "Shuttle, Spindle & Dyepot", Gail Gondek wrote:
"Vibrant color paired with exceptional and unusual art direction in this book make it a rare find. Annie MacHale is known for her use of saturated color: anyone who adores color will be unable to resist it, as it is ALL ABOUT COLOR!"
In a personal email from Barry Schacht, he told me that "I just read through your Inkle book. It’s terrific."
This is one of my favorite pages! It shows the same pattern in 12 different colorways. Fun!